2021 Real Estate Conference

Local and global economic trends continue to shape the California real estate industry landscape. To stay at the top of your professional game, you need to know what’s in store and what information is necessary to protect your client’s holdings. Attend the 2021 Real Estate Conference to find out what is affecting this sector of business and learn about the economic, tax and legal developments impacting property owners. Don’t miss your chance to get the latest information and updates from top experts in the field.

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. 

WHEN: Nov. 19 | 8:30 a.m.–4:10 p.m. PT

TOPICS:
  • Economic metrics to monitor in 2022
  • “Leasing"—Legal status of the market, status of rent control, GAAP and A&A rules, tax issues, tax consequences
  • Repurposing real estate 
  • Qualified opportunity zones after four years 
  • Relationship between real estate, estate and trust planning  
  • Exotic 1031 arrangements
  • Investment Analysis of Owning Real Estate
  • Capital Transaction Planning in Uncertain Times 
  • Open issues in real estate

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

  • Cameron M. Williams, CPA, MAcc, partner with Moss Adams, LLP
  • G. Scott Haislet, Esq., CPA, tax attorney with Mission Exchange Inc.
  • Cameron L. Hess, Esq., CPA, partner with Wagner, Kirkman, Blaine, Klomparens & Youmans LLP
  • Tim Tikalsky, CPA, CCIM, tax principal with Sensiba San Filippo LLP
  • Mark Bellows, Principal at CLA
  • Ernest F. Howard, CPA, Owner at Ernest F. Howard, CPA
  • Jason C. Melillo, CPA, Principal at KROST
  • Jonathan Louie, CPA, MST, Senior Manger—Tax at KROST
  • Stephen Wilson at Withers Bergman LLP
  • Robin Klomparens, Partner at Wagner Kirkman Blaine Klomparens & Youmans
  • Davide Pio, Broker Associate at CCIM
  • Mel Nguyen, CPA, MBT, Tax Director | Shea Labagh Dobberstein
  • Lisa Stalteri, Hopkins & Carley
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, students, academia and government, and has 14 chapters across California. CalCPA also offers more than 1,400 live courses, conferences, webcasts and on-demand courses annually. 

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MEDIA CONTACT

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Email | (917) 587-3708