WSCAR EDUCATION DAY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

3.5 CE HOURS - APPROVED

9 AM

TODD COLEMAN

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

S3R2 SOLUTIONS


ALISHA BENSON

CEO

GREATER SPOKANE INC. 

GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ON

THE WEST PLAINS

Learn about the current growth and development happening on the West Plains as well as ongoing Economic Development initiatives being undertaken by s3r3 Solutions (formerly known as the West Plains Public Development Authority).


Hear how S3R3’s focus on infrastructure, recruitment and available supply will drive the West Plains to be a thriving advanced manufacturing and aerospace hub in the Spokane region.

10 AM

STEVE SCRANTON

CHIEF ECONOMIST

WASHINGTON TRUST BANK

CURRENT ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN SPOKANE, THE NORTHWEST

AND THE NATION

Learn about the current economic conditions in Spokane, the Northwest and the nation, the effects of COVID 19 on our economies, the influx of people moving to our area and their impacts, and the future economic forecast for our region.

11 AM

WILLIAM LENZ

ATTORNEY

WITHERSPOON KELLEY

PRACTICING REAL ESTATE

IN THE WORLD

OF COVID-19

Learn about current issues for real estate practitioners in the world of COVID-19, including rent deferral in both commercial and multi-family, eviction moratoriums, financing issues, and specific lease clauses that all brokers should understand.

12 PM

CHRIS MCDOUGALL

CEO AND PRESIDENT

COMMERCIAL BROKERS ASSOCIATION

CBA UPDATE

Learn more about what’s happening at CBA, including updated forms in Legal Library PRO and our new Catylist-powered search platform.

 

COMMERCIAL CORE CURRICULUM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH

9 AM TO NOON

3 CE HOURS - APPROVED

This class satisfies the 3-hour Core Course requirement toward your first active license renewal or subsequent active license renewal. For more information on renewing your Brokers License, visit the Washington State DOL.

SPEAKER 1:

CHRIS OSBORN 

PARTNER, STOEL RIVES

SPEAKER 2:

MARY HULL-DRURY

COMMERCIAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS DIRECTOR WASHINGTON REALTORS®️

In this course, Current Issues in Washington Commercial Real Estate (CORE) 2020-21, you'll learn to identify and describe common concepts relating to national and Washington state commercial real estate legislative issues.


  • Identifying and describing common concepts relating to consumer-driven complaints/investigations/findings received/initiated/issued by the DOL.

  • Identifying and describing common concepts relating to current legal trends and issues around competition in commercial brokerage.

  • Understanding organizational structures, roles and responsibilities, common real estate practices, and common concepts relating to risk avoidance.

  • Compliance issues surrounding emerging real estate advertising techniques.

You'll also learn about the commercial real estate lobbying efforts and legislation that have occurred over the past year,

insights regarding the upcoming elections, and what to expect in the year ahead.

 

CBA FORUM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH

9 AM TO 12:30 PM

3.5 CE CREDITS - PENDING

9 AM

ROB NAHIGIAN

FRICS, SIOR, CRE, MCR

CHAOS, CALAMITY AND CONFUSION:

THE STATE OF LOGISTICS/SUPPLY CHAIN IN THE INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE SECTOR

We have all experienced the past nine months of COVID-19 and felt its impact on commercial real estate. Many sectors have been negatively impacted, but industrial seems to have been spared. But what does the data lead us to believe? Are warehouse capacity and utilization at full gear? Are we only catching up on space usage that was never fully occupied? How are the West coast ports including Seattle affected by Chinese trade? Aside from Amazon, is manufacturing growing? Are there signs of reshoring?


We’ll dig deep on the past months and the current state of warehouse and transportation capacity and utilization to forecast industrial demand at a macro and local level.

10 AM

BRIAN MCGOWAN

PRESIDENT & CEO

GREATER SEATTLE PARTNERS

NOW MORE THAN EVER: EQUITY, RECOVERY & REGIONALISM 

Washington’s early and aggressive intervention to curtail the spread of the virus has positioned greater Seattle as one of the first regions in the country to face the challenge and the opportunity of rebuilding the economy. As our regional economy emerges from the pandemic, there will be new challenges and opportunities to address. It will take years to gain back what we lost. Some industry clusters will rise, others will fall. The tourism, travel and hospitality industries will need to be re-imagined. The nature of work and business will change with the larger presence of telework and possibility of on-shoring and near shoring. Workforce development will need to adapt to serve displaced and younger workers. Now more than ever, it is critical that we work together to develop a cohesive and coordinated strategy for regional long-term recovery.  A unified plan focused on building an inclusive economy will escalate our regional recovery and help us rebuild a better, more equitable and more resilient economy.

11 AM

KELLY MCCANN, JD, MS

ATTORNEY AT NORTHWEST BUILDER

AND LEASING LAW

COVID-19 LEASE WORKOUTS

This session provides the participant with the tools and tactics to renegotiate leases on the behalf of tenants due to unforeseen economic stress from the COVID-19 pandemic.


We’ll discuss both financial and legal tools a commercial broker may offer to the clients to maximize their value in the process.

SPEAKER BIO

12 PM

CHRIS MCDOUGALL 

CEO & PRESIDENT

COMMERCIAL BROKERS ASSOCIATION

CBA UPDATE

Learn more about what’s happening at CBA, including updated forms in Legal Library PRO and our new Catylist-powered search platform.

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