Consumer Behavior Implications on the Future of Real Estate

Learn how changes in consumer behavior during 2020 and beyond have impacted real estate

It is certain that consumer behavior has changed as a result of the pandemic. This change has an impact on how real estate is designed now for a new future. In this webinar, we welcome three real estate leaders to discuss the activities that are shifting the real estate landscape for consideration in experiential design and development.

Topics include:

  • Space demands post-pandemic

  • The shift in amenities in the new multi-family world

  • Retail experiences for consideration

Target Audience: Lenders, Developers, Equity Partners, Service Vendors

Estimated Program Length: 45 minutes 

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You'll hear from:

  • Hasier Larrea, CEO, Ori Inc.

    Hasier Larrea is founder & CEO of Ori Inc., a smart space company that empowers people to get the most out of their living areas through the design of multi-functional, robotic-powered interior solutions. Larrea co-founded Ori in 2015, and has led the team in designing and building a collection of smart space solutions that enable real estate developers, builders, property managers, designers and architects to optimize the existing square footage of the built environments that they shape and create.

  • Jake Rynar, Co-founder, No Walls Studio

    Jake is a co-founder of No Walls Studio, a consumer-centered brand and design firm focused on real estate. Jake founded No Walls Studio in 2020, along with co-founder and Creative Director, Andrew Johnson. Jake leads a diverse team of anthropologists, researchers and architects who leverage consumer insights, brand design, and spatial strategy to help developers maximize the value of their real estate projects. 

  • Will Mitchell, CEO, Rabbet

    Will is the co-founder and CEO of Rabbet, a software helping real estate developers and lenders efficiently manage construction finances. Will spent 10+ years in commercial real estate and completed his undergraduate studies in architecture and structural engineering from the University of Virginia.

  • Jake Fingert, Camber Creek

    Jake is a General Partner at Camber Creek, a venture capital firm providing strategic value and capital to tech companies focused on the real estate market. Previously a Senior Policy Advisor at the White House under President Obama, Jake now coordinates Camber Creek’s operation and portfolio management.