On January 27, Western Real Estate Business hosted “What is the Outlook for the Affordable Housing Sector in the Western States?” Register to hear how the leaders in the industry are coping with challenges from both a broker/lender perspective and a developer/owner perspective.
How are experts in Western states addressing the affordable housing crisis? See below for a brief list of topics covered by each panel.
Panel One: Broker/Lender Insight
- Investor appetite when it comes to affordable housing
- Current availability of capital for projects
- Critical factors in success
- 4% fixed floor impact
- FHA influence: loan rates and rules
Panel Two: Developer Insight
- Biggest players in Western states
- Pandemic impact on existing affordable housing properties & plans for new development
- How can nonprofits pivot & adapt to changes with public funds?
- Foreclosures & rent forgiveness
Register to listen to these two panels discuss the future of affordable and workforce housing.
KeyBank Real Estate Capital: Deep industry expertise allows KeyBank to bring valuable content and actionable ideas to their clients. They’re ready to help guide the clients’ business toward strategic goals through customized financial solutions.
Colliers International: Colliers International is a leading diversified professional services and investment management company. With operations in 68 countries, their more than 15,000 enterprising people work collaboratively to provide expert advice to maximize the value of property for real estate occupiers, owners and investors.
AHA Marcus & Millichap: Since 1987, AHA has created a marketplace in affordable housing while helping clients navigate the various federal and state programs, mortgage types and regulatory aspects of each property.
Robert E. Harris Insurance Agency: Since 1955, the Robert E. Harris Insurance Agency, Inc. (REHIA) has provided bonds and customized insurance products for commercial entities and individuals. REHIA has an established background in assessing risk and providing competitive risk management tools for the protection of commercial and personal assets.
R4 Capital Funding: R4 Capital is a national affordable housing syndicator founded in 2011 by its President and CEO, Marc Schnitzer and the Regis Group, a 60-year-old, London-based, privately-held residential property investment firm.
Juniper Square: Founded in 2014, Juniper Square is transforming the private funds industry with easy-to-use software that streamlines fundraising, investment administration, and investor reporting. Designed specifically for real estate, Juniper Square is trusted by hundreds of investment sponsors to manage more than 14,000 real estate investments.
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