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The Economy and Commercial Real Estate with Dr. Sam Chandan

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Noted and influential economist, Dr. Sam Chandan discusses how local, regional, national economics affect the business of commercial real estate and investing in the United States.

Our discussion is intended to be particularly meaningful to the investor, property manager, lender or broker, "on the street" and "in the trenches".  What does all of this economic "mumbo jumbo" mean to how you run your business and how to plan for the future of your real estate investing, lender or brokerage practice.

Learn how an experienced economist actually looks at data and information and translates it in a meaningful way for commercial property professionals.

Dr Sam Chandan is President and Chief Economist of Chandan Economics and an adjunct professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. A noted economist and active commentator on issues of national and global economic significance, Dr Chandan is amongst the commercial real estate industry’s leading voices in relation to capital and credit markets and the dynamic relationship between the economy, regulation, and market performance.

In his academic and private sector roles, Dr Chandan has served as an advisor to a wide array of the nation's banks and non-bank lenders, securitized debt market participants, investors, and policy makers.

Dr Chandan received the PhD in Applied Economics from the Wharton School and was a doctoral scholar at Princeton University. In addition to his current teaching in the fields of Public Policy and Real Estate Finance at Wharton, he has served as a visiting professor in the Economics Department at Dartmouth College.

Dr Chandan's personal website can be found at www.samchandan.com.

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