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The State of Construction Economics
November 6, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
CMAC Members joined in an hour-long discussion with Q&A with Beacon Economics’ Founding Partner, Christopher Thornberg, who will be presenting on a state of construction economics. Their focus will include guidance on the current economy at a national, state, and regional standpoint. In addition, there will be specific focuses on both Northern and Southern California and the associated outlook, including:
- Impacts on the economy related to potential tax measures
- Impacts due to a potential COVID resurgence and delays to California re-opening
- Potential impacts from the election
- COVID impacts on real estate footprints moving forward
ABOUT BEACON ECONOMICS
Founded in 2007, Beacon Economics, an LLC and certified Small Business Enterprise (SBE) with the state of California, is a leading independent research and consulting firm dedicated to delivering accurate, insightful, and objectively-based economic analysis. Leveraging unique proprietary models, vast databases, and sophisticated data processing, the firm equips its clients with the analysis needed to understand on-the-ground realities and make informed business and policy decisions. Practice areas include sustainable growth and development; housing, land use, and real estate markets; economic, fiscal, and social impact analysis; public policy analysis; regional economics; and EB-5 Visa analysis. In 2015, the firm partnered with the University of California, Riverside in establishing the Center for Economic Forecasting and Development at the School of Business. Beacon Economics’ internationally recognized forecasters were also among the first and most accurate predictors of the U.S. mortgage market meltdown that began in 2007 – and among a relatively small handful of researchers who correctly calculated the depth and breadth of the financial and economic crisis that followed. Clients range from the State of California to Fortune 500 companies to major cities and universities. Learn more at www.BeaconEcon.com.