Real Estate Professionals: Gain Insider Insight into the Canadian Housing Market with Stéfane Marion, Chief Economist at the National Bank

On February 12, 2019 Teranet is hosting another insightful Market Insights Forum.

While in the past this has been an invite-only event, we have decided to open up the February 2019 Market Insights Forum to senior leadership within all major financial institutions, real estate companies, associations, and partner organizations (as capacity permits).

One of the keynote speakers is Stéfane Marion, Chief Economist and Strategist at the National Bank. He will provide a look back at what happened in 2018 and a discussion on how the changing economic and regulatory conditions could impact Canada’s housing market in 2019.

Joining Mr. Marion on the speakers’ list are Roger Vandomme and Mark Huttram.

Mr. Vandomme is the Chief Data Scientist at SMC and an instructor at the University of Toronto. He is speaking about artificial intelligence and what it has to do with human decision making. In his presentation, Mr. Vandomme will define big data, machine learning, and AI, and demystify buzz words often associated with those concepts. He will discuss algorithms associated with predictive modelling and machine learning, as well as how new technical frontiers such as image and language recognition can be applied to the real estate industry.

Mr. Huttram is the Director of Business Development and Marketing at Teranet. He is revealing exclusive market insights and update from Teranet.

For a full agenda and speaker bios, please click here: http://ci23.actonsoftware.com/acton/media/2216/teranets-market-insight-forum

The February 12, 2019 Teranet Market Insights Forum runs from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the MaRS Discover District, 101 College Street, Toronto, Ontario.

Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with peers and learn about what’s trending in our industry. Register for the February 12, 2019 Market Insights Forum here: http://ci23.actonsoftware.com/acton/media/2216/teranets-market-insight-forum