Webinar: What Will Denver Multifamily Activity Look Like in 2021?
The recent webinar ““, hosted by Western Real Estate Business, brought together industry leaders to discuss how the area’s apartment sector can continue to operate successfully.
What can investors and developers expect in 2021? Tune in to this two-part presentation for an in-depth discussion of investor insights, followed by an analysis from developers. See below for a list of some important topics covered, including rent collection, occupancy levels, investment activity, cap rates and much more.
Panel One: Investment
- Managing uncertainty in acquisitions
- Work-from-home considerations
- Valuations and how they have been impacted
- Tenants and collections
- Interest rates and debt markets
- Cap rates
Panel Two: Development
- Rising costs for building
- Rent relief and delinquency
- Asset returns and equity
- Leverage, capital stacks and acquisitions
- Impact of COVID-19 protocols on leasing, renewals and evictions
- 2021 multifamily revenue predictions
- Craig Stack, Colliers International (moderator)
- Bobby Khorshidi, Archway Capital
- Phillip Gause, Marcus & Millichap
- David Moghaven, Trion Properties
- Jason Wine, Avanti
- Enrique Huerta of Clear Capital
- Mike McKenzie, Dwight Capital (moderator);
- Lane Cutter, Legacy Partners
- Cory Palmeiro, MPC.
- Christopher Gillies, LMC – A Lennar Company
- Emilie Baratta, Turnbuckle Development
- Doug Elenowitz, Trailbreak Partners
Archway Capital: Archway Capital is an alternative investment manager that provides short-term capital to real estate sponsors nationwide.
MPC: Exceptional commercial construction in the greater Denver and Austin regions.
Marcus & Millichap: Marcus & Millichap is a leading firm specializing in commercial real estate sales, financing, research and advisory services.
First American Exchange Company: First American Exchange, a subsidiary of First American Title Insurance Company, is a full service qualified intermediary assisting clients nationwide with 1031 tax-deferred exchanges of real property held for investment or business purposes, including reverse exchanges and build-to-suit transactions.
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