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2024 SCR May Luncheon - Dr. Daniel Oney

2024 SCR May Luncheon - Dr. Daniel Oney

SCR 2024 May Luncheon

May 29 | 11:30 am - 1 pm

River Crest Country Club

1501 Western Ave.

The SCR May Luncheon will feature a presentation by Dr. Daniel Oney, Director of Research for the Texas Real Estate Research Center. Join us to hear Dr. Oney's economic outlook for the year ahead.

Member tickets: $45 | Nonmember tickets: $55

If you are not a member of SCR or GFWAR, you can register at this link. Refunds will be granted on a case-by-case basis. Absolutely no refunds will be given 72 hours or less before the event.

Thank you to our sponsors Mansfield Economic Development Corporation and Excel 1031 Exchange.

Dr. Daniel Oney is an applied economist with over 25 years’ experience in real estate, economic development, labor, and public finance. Currently he is research director at the Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University. His focus at the Center is developing an analytical and forecasting framework for Texas commercial markets.

Prior to joining the Center, he was managing director with Newmark’s Global Corporate Services team where he led the labor analytics effort. He managed over 70 corporate site selection projects across assets classes and industries including financial services, legal, insurance, life sciences, automotive, food manufacturing, and distribution.

Before joining Newmark, Daniel was principal of Axianomics LLC, a real estate consultancy focused on sustainable development. His work supported corporate and public sector development projects through impact analysis, market feasibility studies, and financial analysis.

From 1999 to 2016, Daniel was an economist and research manager in state and local government. At the City of Dallas, he led an economic research team that supported the city manager and mayor/council. Daniel built the city’s fiscal impact analysis system, and his research team completed over 200 studies for city leadership and community stakeholders. He was also senior economist for the Virginia General Assembly. While in Richmond, he developed the state’s fiscal impact analysis methodology and oversaw executive branch agencies and the state’s forecasting process. Daniel has Ph.D. and MPA degrees from the University of Texas at Dallas and a BA from Austin College. He is the married father of two children and enjoys organic gardening and history.

Wednesday, May 29, 2024

11:30 am
1:00 pm
River Crest Country Club
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