January Monthly Program – 2022 Capital Markets Insights, Real Estate and Economic Forecast

Date(s) - January 19, 2022
11:30 am - 1:30 pm

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2022 Capital Market Insights, Real Estate and Economic Forecast

Speaker: Mary Ludgin, Managing Director, Head of Global Research for Heitman

Please join us at the annual real estate and economic kickoff to the new year with Mary Ludgin, Managing Director, Head of Global Research for Heitman. She will share her capital market insights, property market conditions, and economic predictions for 2022. We’ll also take a quick look back how some of her 2020 predictions turned out. Always inspiring and informing, we welcome back Ely Chapter’s very own economic expert for a look into the future of our markets.

All member registrants will be checked for paid 2022 LAI dues. If you would like to register for this event but have not paid 2022 dues, please visit LAI’s website.

This is a terrific opportunity to BRING A GUEST so they can discover the great value of LAI Ely Chapter membership. **Remember, the chapter now requires prospective members to attend at least two LAI events, including at least one Ely Chapter event, to be eligible for nomination.

About the Speaker:
Mary Ludgin is Heitman’s Managing Director, Head of Global Research and an equity owner of the firm. She is a member of the firm’s Board of Managers, Global Management Committee, North American Private Equity Valuation Committee, and Private Equity and Debt Investment Committees. She is the author of numerous articles and research studies relating to real estate markets, portfolio management and strategy. Prior to joining Heitman, she was an urban planner for the City of Chicago and she worked in retail site location.
Mary received an AB from Vassar College and an MA and PhD from Northwestern University. She is a Governing Trustee of the Urban Land Institute and sits on its Global Board of Directors. Among other professional affiliations, she served two terms on the board of the Pension Real Estate Association and was its president. Mary is also a former president of the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries. She was named a fellow of the Homer Hoyt Institute in 2000, is a docent for the Chicago Architecture Foundation and is a member of the board of the Metropolitan Planning Council of Chicago.

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