Friday, November 18, 2016

I Survived Real Estate 2016 Part 4 on the Real Estate Radio Show #513

On Friday, October 21, the Norris Group proudly presents its 9th annual award-winning black tie event I Survived Real Estate. An incredible lineup of industry experts will join Bruce Norris to discuss perplexing industry trends, head-scratching legislation and opportunities emerging for real estate professionals. Proceeds for the event benefit Make a Wish and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. This event is not possible without the generous help of the following platinum partners: HousingWire, PropertyRadar, the Apartment Owners Association, the San Diego Creative Real Estate Investors Association, InvestClub for Women, MVT Productions, the San Jose Real Estate Investors Association, Inland Empire Real Estate Investment Club, Think Realty, and White House Catering. Visit for event information and tickets.

This podcast begins with the discussion on millennials being divided into two new names. Bruce wondered what the new names were, which John said they were broken down first by those born in the 1980s called the sharers. These were the ones who invented the sharing economy. Those born in the 1990s were called the connectors because they are the ones leading us to being connected 24/7 with our smart phones. Everybody’s definition of when the millennials begin and end is different. Mark Zuckerberg is a millennial, and so is John’s daughter who is a high school junior. However, everybody can relate to what year you are born and your high school classmates.

Next up on the panel were Sean O'Toole, Nick Bailey, and Gary Acosta. Nick Bailey serves as Vice President for Zillow Group and helps build the company’s strategic partners and relationships throughout the U.S. Gary is one of the co-founders and CEO of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. Prior to launching PropertyRadar Sean successfully purchased and flipped more than 150 residential and commercial foreclosures. Together they discuss the different groups millennials are divided into, the big demographic shift that occurred recently, the rate of unemployment, the workforce participation and business formation rate, PropertyRadar and how it grew Sean's client base, the future state of Zillow, the open door policy, and much more on this week's Norris Group real estate radio show and podcast.

The Norris Group would like to thanks its gold sponsors for supporting I Survived Real Estate:, Coachella Valley Real Estate Investors Association, Coldwell Banker Town and Country, Elite Auctions, In a Day Development, Inland Valley Association of Realtors, Jennifer Buys Houses, Keller Williams Corona, Keystone CPA, Las Brisas Escrow, L.A. Green Designs, LA South REIA, New Western, North San Diego Real Estate Investors, Northern California Real Estate Investors Association, Orange County Investment Club, Orange County Building Industry Association, Pacific Premiere Bank, Pasadena FIBI, Pilot Limousine, Real Wealth Network, Realty411 Magazine, Realty Executives Inland Empire, Rick and Leanne Rossiter, Sonoca Corporation, South Orange County Real Estate Club, Spinnaker Loans, uDirect IRA Services, Westin South Coast Plaza, Wholesale Capital Corporation, and Wilson Investment Properties Inc.

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