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The Market Review Summit

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Feb 25, 2021 10:25 AM

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Speakers

Andrew Brethour
Chairman @PMA Brethour Realty
Chairman of PMA Brethour Realty Group, Andrew Brethour joined the firm in 1977 and became owner and President by 1989. As the author of several leading edge advisory pieces on the Real Estate Market and the uplifting “PMA Inspire” newsletter, Andrew Brethour helps provide sales and marketing services to the Building Development industry through PMA’s award winning institution. An experienced speaker and many-times award winner, Andrew Brethour brings excellence and expertise to the industry with his endless positivity and dedication.
Diana Petramala
Senior Economist @Centre of Urban Research and Land Development at Ryerson University
Senior Economist for the Centre of Urban Research and Land Development at Ryerson University, Diana has 10 years of experience in economic analysis that includes four years as housing and real estate expert with TD Bank. Diana is Vice President of the board of the Toronto Association for Business and Economics, and holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Financial Management and a Masters of Arts in Economics. Her research lies in policy analysis, focusing on urban policy issues including affordable housing, transit, and job creation.
Frank Clayton
Senior Research Fellow @CUR Land Development of Ryerson University
Frank Clayton, a Ph.D. graduate in economics from Queen’s University, has devoted his career to the analysis of urban and real estate market issues and policies, initially with CMHC and then as head of his own economic consulting firm. Dr. Clayton is a co-founder and Senior Research Fellow at Ryerson University's Centre for Urban Research and Land Development. The Centre’s mandate is to advance the contribution of economic analysis and real estate market understanding to more effective and cost-efficient urban policies with a focus on the Greater Golden Horseshoe.