How appropriate to have a radio show entitled “Movers & Shakers” of Southern California.
We have a wonderful and eclectic line up of featured guests for this show, including icons of Southern California commercial real estate, others who can help you become a mover & shaker and others who just plain know what they are talking about when it comes to Southern California real estate. You know what they say about Southern California… what happens here, the rest of the country follows.
- Burton Young, Principal and Co-Founder of Sperry Van Ness Real Estate. Burton discusses what brokers need to do to plan their own retirement and how to raise funds for their own syndications in a tough real estate climate.
- Chris Alexander, Award wining business building strategist, best selling author and motivational speaker. I had the distinct pleasure of hearing Chris speak at the Annual IREM OC Trade Show and Convention this past spring. This man not only has the “Wow Factor,” he can teach you how to have it too.
- Brandy Birtcher, President, Goodman Birtcher North America. Brandy takes the opportunity during our interview to talk about the promising industrial and warehouse market in the Southern California Inland Empire, (East of La in Riverside and San Bernardino counties). This is an area where there is plenty of room and great transportation available to put up some mighty big warehouse and industrial facilities.
- Jack McNutt, Senior Managing Director of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, talk about the state of office properties.
- Frank Sanchez, West Coast Director of Bisnow Media, an up and coming provider of real estate media and conferences.
- Chris Bennett, Director of Development at L.A.B. Holdings, a very different and unique developer of green malls. A small business supporter and developer.
For those under the age of 40, I would refer to this show as a “mashup” of different information relavant to commercial real estate in Southern California to those older than age 40 and with a slight passion for things that smell, I would like to call it a CRE potpourri.