2012 Year-In-Review Market Update
Thank you to all who attended the 2012 Year-In-Review residential market update!
We hope you enjoyed the program as much as we did. Below, you’ll find links to speaker presentations, video clips and the 2012 Annual Market Report that was distributed at the event.
Presentations and 2012 Market Report
Click the thumbnail above to view, or download the speaker presentations, here.
Download a PDF of the 2012 Annual Market Report, here.
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View all the video clips from today’s update in a playlist, here.
Individual Video Links
Steve Slifer Discussing the Erskine Bowles Commission & Real Estate
Pricing Update with Joey Von Nessen
Sales Update with Joey Von Nessen
Von Nessen Presentation Summary
Share your feedback!
Tell us what you thought about this installation of the Market Update, here.
Our expert economists, Stephen Slifer and Dr. Joey Von Nessen will report on trends in the national and local real estate markets in 2012 and offer a forecast for the coming year. They will also discuss key economic trends and issues that will affect our market–and your business–in 2013.
Registration is free for CTAR and CTMLS members, but non-members ($25) are also welcome! Register here.
About Stephen Slifer
Mr. Slifer is currently the owner of Charleston-based NumberNomics, an economic forecasting firm. From 1980 to 2003 Mr. Slifer was the Chief U.S. Economist for Lehman Brothers in New York, where he directed the firm’s economics group and was responsible for the firm’s forecasts and analysis of the U.S. economy. Prior to that he spent a decade as a senior economist at the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C.
About Dr. Von Nessen
Dr. Joseph C. Von Nessen is a Research Economist in the Division of Research at the Moore School of Business where he conducts economic impact analyses, forecasts, survey research, and other applied work involving regional economic modeling. Dr. Von Nessen also specializes in housing economics and residential real estate and provides economic and marketing research to clients in both the private and public sector. He regularly speaks to business and government leaders throughout South Carolina.