Urban Land Institute 2019 Real Estate And Development Outlook Presented On Jan. 15

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Urban Land Institute (ULI) is coming to Chattanooga to share its forecast on real estate and development trends, featuring insights from leading experts both nationally and locally thanks to presenting sponsor EMJ Corporation in partnership with Association of General Contractors, American Institute of Architects, Building Leaders of Chattanooga, Chattanooga Design Studio and River City Company.

The presentation will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 15, from 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. at The Westin Chattanooga, 801 Pine Street.

Anita Kramer, senior vice president at the ULI Center for Capital Markets & Real Estate will present the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019 report, a trends and forecast publication now in its 40th edition.  The report is one of the most highly regarded and widely read forecasts in the real estate industry. Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019, undertaken jointly by PwC and ULI, provides an outlook on U.S. investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues. The report draws on formal and informal surveys of real estate executives, investors, developers, and market experts around the U.S., including survey responses from over 1,500 real estate executives and personal interviews with over 350 industry leaders.

After the report presentation, a panel of leading area real estate investors and experts will discuss the outlook for Chattanooga area real estate. The panel discussion, led by Jim Williamson, Vice President of Planning and Development at River City Company, will include:

· Tiffanie Robinson, CEO, Lamp Post Properties and Second Story Real Estate Management

· Chas Torrence, Executive Vice President, EMJ Corporation

· John Clark, residential and commercial developer

This event is open to the public. Tickets can be purchased here.

Home Builders Association Women Raise Hammers And Funds For Local Habitat For Humanity

Real Estate Transfers For June 13-19

Greater Chattanooga Realtors Partner With Habitat For Humanity


This spring women from across the Chattanooga area raised their hammers at a Habitat for Humanity construction site in Alton Park to help build a dream home for local resident Vanester Steele ... (click for more)

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding ... (click for more)

Since 2014, Greater Chattanooga Realtors has been committed to an ongoing partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga to build homes and give back to the community. As part ... (click for more)


Real Estate

Home Builders Association Women Raise Hammers And Funds For Local Habitat For Humanity

This spring women from across the Chattanooga area raised their hammers at a Habitat for Humanity construction site in Alton Park to help build a dream home for local resident Vanester Steele and her two teenage children. "During their second year of participation in National Women Build Week, members and staff of the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga once again ... (click for more)

Real Estate Transfers For June 13-19

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding this report, please call Chattanoogan.com at 423 266-2325. GI numbers, listed when street addresses are not available, refer to the location of transactions (book number and page number) in ... (click for more)

Breaking News

County Commission Votes 5-4 Against 34-Cent Property Tax Increase For The Schools

The County Commission voted 5-4 on Wednesday morning against a 34-cent property tax increase for the county schools. Opposed were Greg Martin, Randy Fairbanks, Chester Bankston, Tim Boyd and Sabrena Smedley. In favor were Chip Baker, Katherlyn Geter, Warren Mackey and David Sharpe. County Attorney Rheubin Taylor said the action means that none of the budget is approved ... (click for more)

Citizen Outcry Leads Signal Mountain Council To Hold Off On Big Tax Increase

In response to appeals from many property owners, Signal Mountain’s budget for 2019-2020 that had been passed on first reading did not get approval from the council on the second and final reading. That budget, which was first voted on June 10, would have increased property taxes by 21.5 percent. This would mean an increase of $208.69 for a $250,000 house, which is close to the ... (click for more)

Opinion

Beck Thanks Sheriff Hammond

I would like to take a moment to thank Sheriff Hammond and his patrol officers for their superb display of professionalism. Quick action in response to a request to the sheriff and his patrol division made family newcomers to our county delightfully surprised and comfortable. Our dad, James Crosby, made his transition on Father's Day and was laid to rest at Chattanooga National ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Dakota’s Coming

Dakota Meyer, who on a day in September of 2011 defied battlefield orders to save the lives of over 30 soldiers who were pinned down in a brutal Afghanistan ambush, is coming to Chattanooga on July 12 on a very similar mission. The famed Marine sergeant, who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroics, will be the headline speaker at the Sixth Annual America Heroes Dinner in ... (click for more)