CalCPA 2020 California Real Estate Conference

Conference Will Focus on Impact of the Pandemic and Wildfires; Taxation Issues; and Economic Outlook 

Nov. 5, 2020

BURLINGAME, CA—“We’re living in a world of uncertainty and the real estate market is not a fan of uncertainty,” said Tim Tikalsky, CPA CCIM, tax principal with Sensiba San Filippo LLP and chair of the 2020 CalCPA Real Estate Conference. “This conference is perfect for tax professionals interested in assisting their clients for yearend tax planning.”

Hear more about this year's conference from Tikalsy in this video.

The California real estate market is “red hot” according to the California Association of Realtors. In September, home sales climbed to their highest level in more than a decade with a statewide median home price at $712,430―up more than 17 percent from September 2019. As a result of record home sales, the real estate sector continues to play a significant role in the nation’s economy in 2021. 

CalCPA is bringing together leading experts in economics, tax and legal to discuss important issues impacting property owners in the state to become more resilient, handle current challenges more effectively and overcome potential risks. COVID-19 and the wildfires have significantly impacted California―one of the nation’s top real estate markets. 

WHEN: Nov. 18 | 8 a.m.–noon PT

WHERE: ONLINE 

WHAT: This half-day, virtual conference will cover local and global economic trends shaping the California real estate landscape, as well as allow participants to stay at the top of their professional game by letting them know what's in store for 2021—and what information is necessary to protect client's holdings in this dynamic marketplace. Topic include: 
  • Economic metrics to monitor in 2021
  • Top CRE issues that will impact the CRE markets in 2021
  • Keeping up with Sec. 199A deduction for real estate businesses and partnership alerts 
  • Opportunity zones; syndicated 1031 exchange replacement property opportunities
  • 1031 Drop and Swap – Mitchell Case; 1031 parking arrangements
  • Real estate in the pandemic 
WHO: Expert speakers include:
  • Cameron M. Williams, CPA, MAcc, partner with Moss Adams, LLP
  • Matt Carlson, Esq., attorney with Boutin Jones, Inc.
  • G. Scott Haislet, Esq., CPA, tax attorney with Mission Exchange Inc.
  • Cameron L. Hess, Esq., CPA, partner with Wagner, Kirkman, Blaine, Klomparens & Youmans LLP
  • K.C. Conway, MAI, CRE, CCIM, chief economist with CCIM
  • Ashlee Cabeal, CPA, chief financial officer with Hamilton Zanze
  • Tim Tikalsky, CPA, CCIM, tax principal with Sensiba San Filippo LLP
  • Bruce Hahn, CRE, MAI, SRA, asset analyst with Bruce Hahn, CRE, MAI, SRA
About CalCPA
CalCPA traces its heritage to 1903 when the California State Society of Certified Public Accountants was organized. In 1909, it merged with two other state CPA associations to form CalCPA. CalCPA serves more than 43,000 members in public practice, private industry, academia and government, and has 14 chapters across California. CalCPA also offers more than 1,400 live courses, conferences, webcasts and on-demand self- courses annually. More information is available online