Your San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector's Outlook

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Dan McAllister

Your San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s 2016 Economic Outlook

Price: $20.00 online at until noon the day of the meeting or $30.00 at the door.

Time/Date/Location: 6:00 pm, Tuesday February 16, 2016 at the El Camino Country Club, Oceanside, CA

As a real estate owner or investor in San Diego County we all have at least one thing in common — we’ve received a letter in the mail from Dan McAllister in the form of a property tax bill. In order to properly value real estate for taxation purposes, the County Treasurer must be finely tuned-in to dynamics of the local market as well as local governmental policy and initiatives. As we journey into 2016, several important economic issues continue to affect San Diego. Having a clear understanding of how to structure your investments around these issues will undoubtedly put you ahead of the competition. In this informative presentation, San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister will cover:

•Where Our Local Housing Market i Headed

•How to Position Your Property for the Most Favorable Tax Assessment

•The Future of Interest Rates

•Capital Appreciation Bond Reform

•How San Diego County is Investing $8.7 Billion and How You Benefit From It

•What Property Tax Payments Mean to Your Community

•How County Monetary Strategies Will Impact Your Investments and Bottom Line in 2016

Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to gain insight into the
San Diego Marketplace and the forces that steer it!

About The Speaker: Dan McAllister was elected San Diego County’s Treasurer-Tax Collector in November 2002 and re-elected to his fourth term in June 2014, by an overwhelming 99% majority vote. Not only is he responsible for the collection of more than $5 billion in property taxes each year, but his office also manages the Investment Pool which reached an all-time high of $8.8 billion in April of 2014, ensuring that these funds are wisely invested and safeguarded for entities such as the school districts and cities in the County. Since assuming office, he has worked extensively to improve customer service, enhance communications and outreach initiatives, and has made numerous operational improvements.