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CCRE presents - Innovative Pathways to Production: Solutions to a Housing Crisis
If homeownership is to be more accessible to the average Californian, then we must advance actionable, pragmatic, and innovative paths to dramatically increase housing supply. We need to rethink incentives for innovation to spur production and support emerging solutions. Our panel of experts explores new possibilities such as rezoning commercial land, converting commercial property to residential, encouraging more modular construction and partnerships with the public/private sector. Join us as C.A.R.’s new CEO, John Sebree moderates this wide-ranging forward-facing discussion.

Jun 9, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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John M. Sebree
John Sebree joined the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® as chief executive officer in early 2022, overseeing the association’s objectives, business development, strategic planning, legislative policies and creating products so that real estate professionals can remain at the center of the real estate transaction and succeed in today’s rapidly changing real estate market. Sebree previously served as chief executive officer of Missouri REALTORS® for more than seven years. Prior to his move to Missouri, Sebree served as Senior Vice President of Public Policy for Florida REALTORS® for 11 years. Prior to that, he worked in the Government Affairs division of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (NAR) in Washington, DC for 13 years. Sebree was a Senior Legislative Representative working with the congressional delegations of eight states. Prior to NAR, Sebree worked for two years for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs.
Muhammad T. Alameldin
Policy Associate @Terner Center, UC Berkeley
Muhammad T. Alameldin brings the Center’s innovative research to inform housing policy at the local, state, and federal levels. He is driven by the desire to help every person live in an affordable and sustainable home. Prior to joining the Terner Center, Muhammad was an Economic Equity Fellow for The Greenlining Institute, a public policy, research, and advocacy social justice organization. He led the economic equity team’s state legislative efforts in Mortgage Interest Deduction reform and supporting equitable housing policies, and he co-authored A Fair Financial System: Regulating Fintech and Nonbank Lenders. Prior to his work at Greenlining, Muhammad communicated housing policy ideas to the public at California YIMBY and successfully helped lobby Congress to start paying their legislative interns at Pay Our Interns. Muhammad is a former Cal Bear, holding a B.A. in Political Science. He has written for and been cited in a variety of publications, from CalMatters to The Atlantic.
Jason Ward, PhD
Associate Economist @RAND Corporation
Jason Ward, PhD, is an associate economist at the RAND Corporation, Associate Director of the RAND Center for Housing and Homelessness in Los Angeles, and a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. His work uses the tools of applied microeconomics to study housing, labor markets, education, health, and links between these domains. Current projects include a study assessing the potential for the adaptive reuse of commercial real estate to address the housing crisis in Los Angeles, a study estimating the willingness to pay (in home price) for multiple measures of elementary school quality in the Los Angeles Unified School District, and a study documenting the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on non-response patterns in the Current Population Survey.
Kecia Boulware
Regional Vice President @The Michaels Organization
Dalila Sotelo
President, Residential Division @Primestor Development