WATCH: LA real estate players talk consolidation in the city’s ultra competitive CRE market

Ralph McLaughlin, Jeff Rinkov, Pat McRoskey and Elizabeth Clark weigh in

Oct.October 08, 2018 01:00 PM

The Real Deal’s Konrad Putzier sits down with Ralph McLaughlin (Veritas Urbis Economics), Jeff Rinkov (Lee & Associates), Pat McRoskey (CBRE) and Elizabeth Clark (Pacific Union/Compass) to discuss how technology and huge sums of capital flowing into brokerage are forcing firms to consider consolidation to stay afloat in an uber-competitive market.

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