CNBC Announces Line-Up for Latest Capital Exchange Event: The New Realities of Real Estate

CNBC | May 5, 2019


CNBC’s Real Estate Reporter Diana Olick to Lead Discussion

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., MAY 8, 2019 — CNBC today announced the line-up for the latest Capital Exchange breakfast series event, which will take place on Thursday, May 16th at the InterContinental Willard in Washington, D.C. Wells Fargo is the sponsor.

The conversation will be led by CNBC’s Real Estate Reporter Diana Olickand feature the following speakers:

  • David M. Brickman: President and incoming CEO, Freddie Mac
  • Sheryl Palmer: Chairman, President and CEO, Taylor Morrison Homes

With interest rate uncertainty, new tax laws, rising construction costs, the return of the adjustable-rate mortgage and an affordability crisis, the real estate markets are in a period of dynamic change and opportunity. CNBC’s Capital Exchange will examine the multiple factors driving values and the home building and improvement industry, and the local and federal policies that will have big impacts in the future.

CNBC’s Capital Exchange events feature candid conversations about how business and government can better collaborate to create jobs and economic growth. Featuring top lawmakers, CEOs and administration officials, Capital Exchange will focus on the confluence of policy, business and money.

To learn more, please visit cnbcevents.com/capital-exchange

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