Topic: C.A.R. Deputy Chief Economist on How Macroeconomic Trends will Affect Housing
During this 1 hour Q&A session, we will be answering questions from our community regarding our Bay Area housing market. Not only we have invited the special guests, our audience consists of real estate professionals from all sectors including lenders, residential and commercial agents, property managers, 1031 exchangers, titles...etc. This platform is created to connect the consumers with the real estate professionals to hear their expertise of their fields.
Helen Chong, CCIM - Founder of HAYLEN Real Estate Investments
Oscar Wei - Deputu Chief Economist at the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.)
About Oscar Wei:
Oscar Wei is the deputy chief economist at the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.), a statewide trade organization of real estate professionals with more than 200,000 members. He comanages the Research and Economic Department and oversees the operation of data analytics and survey research within the division. As an economist at C.A.R., Oscar provides regular updates on the economy, state and regional housing markets, consumer behaviors, and public policy issues. He has written articles and reports on subjects including housing supply, affordability, mortgage finance, homeownership, tax reform, and other topics related to the real estate industry. He contributes frequently to C.A.R.’s weekly housing market update newsletter, Housing Matters Podcast, and Housing Perspective. His work has been quoted in the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Kiplinger’s, NPR, KFI, as well as other media outlets.
We are excited to have invited some of the experts in our real estate industry!
Send us questions up front so we will be sure to answer them!