Post City's 2023 Real Estate Roundtable

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Post City's 2023 Real Estate Roundtable

Our high powered all star panel of real estate experts weigh in on how deep and how long Toronto's housing correction will be.

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Rotman School of Management + Livestream 105 St. George Street Toronto, ON M5S 3E6 Canada

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Post City's 2023 Real Estate Roundtable

Event Co-Hosts: Centre for Real Estate and Urban Economics at RotmanPost City Magazines

Sponsored By: THE RE/MAX COLLECTION

Speakers:

The HGTV Host: Sebastian Clovis, Co-Host, HGTV Canada; Principal, Clovis Contracting

The Sales Pro: Barry Cohen, President, Re/Max Realtron Barry Cohen Homes

The Custom Builder: Odeen Eccleston, Co-founder, WE Developments; Broker of Record, WE Realty Inc.

The Designer: Brian Gluckstein, Principal, Gluckstein Design; Author

The Broker: Michael Kalles, President, Harvey Kalles Real Estate Brokerage

The Urban Planner: Jennifer Keesmaat, CEO, The Keesmaat Group

The Dragon: Michele Romanow, Dragon on CBC’s Dragons’ Den; Co-founder & President, Clearco

The Banker: Benjamin Tal, Deputy Chief Economist, CIBC World Markets Inc.

Moderator: Julia Mastroianni, Executive Editor, Post City Magazines

Moderator: Aradhya Sood, Assistant Professor, Economic Analysis and Policy Area (UTSC and Rotman School), University of Toronto

Synopsis:

Our high powered all star panel of real estate experts weigh in on how deep and how long Toronto's housing correction will be. Find out what every investor, homeowner and Torontonian needs to know to navigate the GTA’s real estate market in 2023.

About our Speakers:

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Sebastian Clovis (The HGTV Host) - Co-Host, HGTV Canada; Principal, Clovis Contracting

Sebastian Clovis is the host of HGTV Canada’s Gut Job and has also appeared as a renovation expert on the network’s $ave My Reno, Tackle My Reno and Home To Win series. He is a licensed contractor and owner of his own contracting firm Clovis Contracting. He is also a former professional football player who won the Grey Cup with the BC Lions in 2006.

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Barry Cohen (The Sales Pro) - #1 Re/Max salesperson in Canada

Barry Cohen is President of Re/Max Realtron Barry Cohen Homes, the #1 team in the GTA for properties sold $3 to $35 million since 2008, year after year. The team is also the exclusive representative for Forbes Global Properties in the GTA & cottage country and is often Canada’s #1 Re/Max team.

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Odeen Eccleston (The Custom Builder) - Co-founder, WE Developments; Broker of Record, WE Realty Inc.

Odeen Eccleston is one of the most recognizable and reputable names in Ontario Real Estate. She obtained her real estate license at 21 and purchased her first investment property soon after. Odeen is the Broker of Record of WE Realty and the co-founder of WE Developments, an award-winning custom home building company, and is set to co-host the new TV series Listing Large in the coming year.

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Brian Gluckstein (The Designer) - Principal, Gluckstein Design; Author

Acclaimed designer Brian Gluckstein is renowned for creating luxurious, livable interiors. Gluckstein’s portfolio includes residential projects in Aspen, Miami and New York, and highprofile commercial projects such as the Four Seasons Hotel Palm Beach. He has been a regular guest expert on Cityline for 20 years and is based in Toronto. Find his Gluckstein- Home and GlucksteinElements collections at Hudson’s Bay and The Home Depot Canada.

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Michael Kalles (The Broker) - President, Harvey Kalles Real Estate Brokerage

Michael Kalles is the President of Harvey Kalles Real Estate Brokerage. Over the past 30 years, Michael has built the company from $147 million in gross sales to over $3 billion in 2021. He has an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and is an avid philanthropist who currently volunteers for four charitable organizations.

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Jennifer Keesmaat (The Urban Planner) - CEO, The Keesmaat Group

Jennifer Keesmaat is an urban planner named one of the “most powerful people in Canada” by Macleans and one of the top Women of Infleunce in Canada. She spent half a decade as Toronto’s Chief City Planner, and is founding partner Markee Developments, where she is now developing new communities across the GTA as sustainable, livable and affordable places.

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Michele Romanow (The Dragon) - Dragon on CBC’s Dragons’ Den; Co-founder & President, Clearco

Tech titan Michele Romanow is a serial entrepreneur who started five companies before her 33rd birthday. A “Dragon” on CBC’s hit show Dragons’ Den, Romanow is the co-founder and president of Canadian unicorn Clearco. Clearbanc has invested more than $3B into 6,000 companies, making them the biggest ecommerce investor in the world. Using a data-driven approach, Clearco has backed eight times more female founders than traditional VCs, and spans small businesses worldwide to some of the biggest brands today.

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Benjamin Tal (The Banker) - Deputy Chief Economist, CIBC World Markets Inc.

Benjamin Tal analyzes economic developments and their implications for North American fixed income, equity, foreign exchange and commodities markets. Well-known for his published research on labour market dynamics, real estate, credit markets, and international trade, Benjamin is often sought out by global media to set the agenda of the conversation.

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Julia Mastroianni (Moderator) - Executive Editor, Post City Magazines

Julia Mastroianni is the executive editor at Post City Magazines. She previously worked as a housing and health writer at NOW Magazine, covering issues of affordable housing, tenant rights and homelessness in Toronto.

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Aradhya Sood (Moderator) - Assistant Professor, Economic Analysis and Policy Area (UTSC and Rotman School)

Aradhya Sood is an empirical IO economist with research interests in Urban and Spatial Economics and Applied Microeconomics. Her research has focused on studying historical factors and current policies associated with land, urban development, and education and their effects on growth and social and economic inequality.

Event Logistics:

This event is available to attend in-person or virtually via livestream.

Rotman Events is committed to accessibility for all people. If you have any access needs or if there are any ways we can support your full participation in this session, please email Mandi Gosling [events@rotman.utoronto.ca] no later than 2 weeks in advance of the event and we will be glad to work with you to make the appropriate arrangements.

General Admission: In-Person Ticket Details

  • The event will be hosted in Desautels Hall at the Rotman School of Management (105 St. George St., Toronto, ON M5S 3E6). Your registration fee includes a seat at the session, the reception, and access to a video replay of the session for 30 days.

General Admission: Livestream Ticket Details

  • Rotman Events will email registrants a link to the livestream. Your registration fee includes access to the livestream and video replay for 30 days.

30-day Catch-up Viewing

  • Unable to attend the event due to scheduling conflicts? Not to worry. All registrants (in-person or livestream) can access the full recording on-demand for one month after the live event.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • Refunds will only be issued for cancellations received in writing NO LATER than 24 hours prior to the event. Please email events@rotman.utoronto.ca for processing.

Questions: events@rotman.utoronto.ca, Megan Murphy

Agenda

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Check -in

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Discussion

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Reception