NCREIF Winter Conference 2022

Phoenix, AZ

March 14 - 17, 2022

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Economic Conditions and Impact on Commercial Real Estate

Back in June of 2020, the National Bureau of Economic Research announced that an economic peak had occurred a few months earlier, in February, signaling the start of an economic downturn. About a year later they determined that the trough occurred in April of 2020, thus establishing the shortest recession in U.S. history, only two months long.

Fast forward two years to early 2022. Where are we now in our economic recovery? Inflation, interest rates, employment and unemployment are all important inputs into analysis of commercial real estate assets. Join us in Phoenix as we explore these important trends and impacts!

Preliminary Program Overview


Accounting Committee Preliminary agenda Performance Measurement Committee Preliminary agenda
Daily Price Committee Preliminary agenda Research Committee Preliminary agenda
Farmland Committee Preliminary agenda Valuation Committee Preliminary agenda
Information Management Preliminary agenda  

Arizona Biltmore
2400 E Missouri Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85016

NCREIF Group Rate: $379

Group Rate Cutoff Date: February 20, 2022

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Conference Brochure

Yes, please contact the hotel directly to make your hotel reservations.

NCREIF conferences are closed to non-members.  Only registered members or those with prior approval are permitted to attend any meetings or events.

Yes, spouses are welcome to attend the social events at no additional fee.  There is an area on the registration form to add their information for a name badge.  Their badge will be provided to you upon check-in at the NCREIF registration desk.

Yes, meals are included in the registration fees. Please notify NCREIF of any dietary requirements.

The dress code for conferences is business casual.  Depending on location, there may be social events that are casual so please be sure to review your conference confirmation letter for those details!

NCREIF is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

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