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April, 2009 - Monterey, CA
April, 2008 - Captiva Island, FL
April, 2007 - San Francisco, CA
The 2007 meeting of the American Real Estate Society will be held at the Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, site of our first meeting in 1988. This intimate hotel is in the best location in the city and offers deluxe amenities to pamper every guest. Many attractions are within easy walking distance. Stroll along Pier 39, sample delicious fare at Ghirardelli Square and Fisherman's Wharf, or hop on a cable car right behind the hotel. You will not need a rental car to experience all that San Francisco has to offer given the convenience of this property. For additional information about the hotel, go to http://fishermanswharf.hyatt.com.
April, 2006 - Key West, FL
See a sample of some of the exciting topics discussed at the past ARES meetings
April, 2005 - Santa Fe, NM
April, 2004 - Captiva Island, FL
April, 2003 - Monterey, CA
April, 2002 - Naples, FL
July, 2001 - IRES World Congress
April, 2001 - Coeur d'Alene, ID
March, 2000 - Santa Barbara, CA
16th Annual American Real Estate Society Meeting at Fess Parker's DoubleTree - Santa Barbara, Ca on March 29 to April 1, 2000. With a direct exposure to the Pacific Ocean and within 30 steps of the beach, Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort provides a delightful venue for the ARES 2000 Annual Meeting. The hotel's dramatic architecture reflects the Spanish influence in beautiful Santa Barbara, one of the original Spanish mission towns. The city's unique ocean mountain setting makes it one of the most picturesque in the world. A myriad of activities are at your doorstep including the restaurants and shops of Stearns Wharf, the historical Mission Santa Barbara, more shopping and dining in nearby downtown and in upscale Montecito, whale watching, golf, deep-sea fishing, and beach volleyball in front of the hotel.
April, 1999 - Tampa, FL
April, 1998 - Monterey, CA
14th Annual American Real Estate Society Meeting at Monterey, California on April 15 - 18, 1998. The Meeting included a plenary session featuring a debate on "The Dark Side vs the Light Side" or "Darth Vader meets the Ivory Tower" with Glenn Mueller (Legg Mason Wood Walker), Jim DeLisle (ERE-Yarmouth), terry Grisson (Georgia State University, formerly Price Waterhouse), Marc Louargand (cornerstone, formerly MIT Real Estate), and others.
April, 1997 - Sarasota, FL
13th Annual American Real Estate Society Meting jointly with the International Real Estate Society Meeting at Sarasota, Florida - April 16 -19, 1997. The meeting included the first-ever plenary session featuring a debate on "The End of Real Estate?". Panel chaired by John Baem (University of North Texas). Panel included Stephen E. Roulac (the Roulac Group), Robert Edelstein (University of Clalifornia at Berkeley), Adrian Harrington (Property Council of Australia), and Charles Wurtzebach (Heitman Capital Management).
March, 1996 - South Lake Tahoe, CA
See some the exciting location where the ARES Annual Meeting has been held over the years.1985 - 1995 Meeting Dates and locations
March - April, 1995 - Hilton Head Island, SC
April, 1994 - Santa Barbara, CA
April, 1993 - Key West, FL
April, 1992 - San Diego, CA
April, 1991 - Sarasota, FL
March, 1990 - Incline Village - Lake Tahoe, NV
April, 1989 - Arlington, VA
April, 1988 - San Francisco, CA
April, 1987 - Orlando, FL
April, 1986 - La Jolla, CA
October, 1985 - Denver, CO
Dr. Bennie Waller is currently the Professor of Finance and Real Estate & Director of the Center for Financial Responsibility at College of Business and Economics, Longwood University, Farmville, VA. Dr. Waller's research and consulting are largely focused on principal-agent and housing externality issues in residential real estate. He is published in over 30 articles and has been cited in several top media outlets. Bennie serves as co-meeting planner for ARES.
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