Predicting the Future!

Real Estate Outlook 2016

Pinnacle HotelThis real estate conference & trade show, which took place on Saturday, September 26th, 2015 at the Pinnacle Hotel downtown, offered 8 hours of predictions, important since, among other things:

  • The stock markets around the world are in trouble;
  • Some European governments are finding an increasingly more militant population.
  • Chinese government is frantically manipulating it’s stock markets and the Chinese economy is likely in free fall.
  • The oil prices are changing
  • The Canadian Dollar is dropping
  • The central bank says Vancouver is 30% overvalued

Ozzie Jurock at podiumThere were 12 speakers, including Ozzie, the real estate guru organizing this event and who gave the introduction and the final talk of the day. There were almost 600 attendees, all who had paid $97 for a ticket to listen to the expert advisors and were hoping to know the best place to invest their money.  There were also 20 exhibiters and even a few sponsors.

Interesting topics included David Steele discussing how the Northeast Bc Site C dam will create jobs, how parking is now a million dollar industry shared by Stephen Freedman, and James Knull gave an interesting talk about the stability of Edmonton.

Other speakers were Michael Geller, Ralph Case, Kelly Fry, Kyle Green, Eric Lynch, Brent Roberts, Clark Sanchez and finally Nick Malis – CEO of FortuneDNA, who is the founder of the elite business and investor forum entitled “Hush, hush, Secrets of the Ultra-Wealthy.”

Facts by Email NewsletterIf you want to learn more, the best thing to do would be to sign up for the next conference, the Real Estate Action Weekend ( or sign up to the “Real Estate Insider”  ( or read Ozzie’s revised book based on “Forget about Location, Location, Location” and is now called ” What, When, Where, and How to Buy Real Estate in Canada” The link is here.

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As a young man, Ozzie Jurock set out from his hometown of Cologne, Germany, to travel the world. At the age of 23, he discovered Vancouver and chose to immigrate.

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