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FLORIDA ECONOMIC/DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE POSSIBILITIES FOR REAL ESTATE FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT IN 1992

 FLORIDA ECONOMIC/DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE
 POSSIBILITIES FOR REAL ESTATE FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT IN 1992
 FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The Real Estate Research Center, University of Florida and Goodkin Research Corporation announce plans for Florida Economic & Development Outlook Conference: 1992, an all-day symposium which will be held on Friday, Feb. 21, 1992 at the Hyatt Regency Miami.
 This is the fifth annual conference of its type co-sponsored by the University of Florida and Goodkin Research Corporation, in which the economic, demographic, development and financial state of affairs for the coming year are thoroughly explored by experts and consultants from academic, economic, accounting, finance and real estate arenas. The conference perspective will benefit commercial and residential builders, developers, lenders, investors, realtors, real estate consultants, retailers and public agency staff in decision-making positions relating to real estate investment or development.
 Topics to be covered include:
 -- The national Real Estate and Economic Outlook, the business
 implications imposed by the U.S. "Sea of Debt" and the banking
 crisis, and the affect of it all on Florida real estate;
 -- The Financial Outlook for the coming year, with the new shifts
 in tax rules and regulations; banking consolidations, insurance
 industry uncertainties; and coping with financial dilemmas;
 -- Industry Trends, three concurrent break-out sessions that
 examine insights and opportunities in Residential Development
 in conjunction with Resorts/Hotels, and the potential for the
 coming year in Office/Industrial, and Retail and other
 Commercial Ventures.
 Guest experts include: Dr. John Tucillo, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors; Dr. David Denslow, Research Economist of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of Florida; Stan Ross, National Managing Partner, Kenneth Leventhal & Company; Martin H. Barnes, managing editor, BCA Interest Rate Forecast Report; M. Leanne Lachman, managing director of Schroeder Real Estate Associates; M. Chase Burritt, principal-in-charge of Hospitality Consulting Services for Kenneth Leventhal & Company; Dr. Bjorn Hauson, National Hospitality Industry Practice Leader for Coopers & Lybrand; Lewis M. Goodkin, CRE, president of Goodkin Research Corporation; Jon B. DeVries, senior vice president, Goodkin Research Corporation; William S. Moss, senior vice president/managing officer of CB Commercial Real Estate, Inc.; and Gregory W. Kessel, senior vice president/managing officer of CB Commercial Real Estate, Inc.
 The Florida Economic & Development Outlook Conference 1992 is approved for seven hours of continuing education credits by the Florida Real Estate Commission, and is eligible for seven hours of CPE credits for Florida Board of Accountancy requirements.
 The early registration conference fee for Florida Economic and Development Conference 1992 is $195. After Feb. 7, 1992, the regular conference fee will be in effect at $225. The group rate conference fee of $175 for each of two or more registrants from one company will remain in effect throughout the registration period with no deadline.
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 /CONTACT: Lewis M. Goodkin of Goodkin Research Corporation, 305-493-5011/ CO: Goodkin Research Corporation ST: Florida IN: SU:


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