Arsenault, Murray to Keynote Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference in November
BOULDER — Two icons of commercial and residential real estate will keynote the Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference, scheduled for Nov. 21 in Boulder.
Marcel Arsenault, founder and CEO of Real Capital Solutions, and Steve Murray, president of Real Trends, will keynote the all-day event, to be held at the Embassy Suites in Boulder.
“We’re very pleased to have landed these two dynamic speakers to keynote our 2019 event,” said Christopher Wood, BizWest editor and publisher. “Marcel and Steve will provide critical information on the commercial and residential markets as we look forward to 2020 and beyond.”
Arsenault’s Real Capital Solutions is a Louisville-based private equity firm specializing in value-added real estate investment. In more than 30 years, Arsenault has purchased and managed more than 265 real estate investments totaling approximately $2.5 billion. Something on this scale is quite an achievement that many in this industry have tried to strive for. Those who are new to real estate want to get as much help as possible so they can make headway in their sector, using resources like Lincoln Frost and others of a similar nature, can help those who want to gain more background in private equities and real estate development for a lucrative career. It takes time and this firm certainly has shown promise over the years.
Arsenault, one of the most active private owners of commercial real estate in the United States, will speak on “What to Expect: Commercial Real Estate in the Coming Years.” He will describe what metrics he examines in order to predict real estate cycles, to ensure that he’s buying low and selling high.
Murray leads Real Trends, based in Castle Rock, the nation’s leading trends and research organization. Real Trends is read by more than 54,000 leaders in the residential realty industry every week, and more than 500 CEOs attend Real Trends conferences each year.
Murray will discuss some of the latest numbers for housing in the Boulder and Denver markets and will also address how the role of real estate agents and brokerage firms is challenged as never before, even as real estate professionals continue to play a vital role in the dream of homeownership.
The 12th annual Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Nov. 21, at the Embassy Suites in Boulder, 2601 Canyon Blvd. The event will include commercial and residential real estate forecasts, as well as panels on major commercial real estate developments in the Boulder Valley, residential trends and more.
Tickets may be purchased here.