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WFG Insights: 3rd Quarter Economic Outlook
War, inflation, rising interest rates, and an uncertain and rapidly changing housing market top the concerns of those in the real estate and title and settlement services industries.

What do these issues mean for the future of the real estate market in 2022 and beyond?

Join WFG National Title Insurance Company on Wednesday, August 24, 2022, at 1:00 pm ET for WFG Insights: 3rd Quarter Economic Outlook. This unique series addresses market uncertainty and provides guidance to the real estate and title and settlement services communities.

During this session, Patrick Stone, Founder and Executive Chairman of WFG National Title Insurance Company, and Economist and Forbes Contributor, Bill Conerly, Ph.D., will tackle difficult questions and concerns about what lies ahead for real estate and the global economy.

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Aug 24, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Patrick Stone
Founder and Executive Chairman @WFG National Title Insurance Company
Pat has enjoyed a lengthy career in real estate and real estate related services, including “C” officer positions with three public companies and as a director on two Fortune 500 Boards. The senior executive management positions included nine years as President and COO of the nation’s largest title insurance company, Chairman and Co-CEO of a software company and CEO of a real estate data and information company. Currently, Pat serves as Executive Chairman and Founder of Williston Financial Group, as well serves on the boards of: Green Street Advisors, the leading REIT analytics firm, Trysting Tree Golf Club, Nassau RE, Transmodus and Inman News, who named him one of 2013’s “100 Most Influential People in Real Estate” and in 2015 one of the “Top 101 Real Estate Industry Doers.”
Dr. Bill Conerly, Ph.D.
Economist and Forbes Contributor @Conerly Consulting
Dr. Bill Conerly is a business-focused economist, Forbes contributor, and Duke Ph.D. He connects the dots between the economy and business decisions.