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Mid-Year Apartment/Student Housing & Affordable Housing Summit

June 2, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm


7:55 AM Welcome & Introduction

8:00 AM  Recent Market Studies and What the Real Numbers are telling us about the Multifamily Market
Mary Bujold,
Maxfield Research
• Apartment Update
• Student Housing Update
• Affordable Housing Update
8:20 AM 2017 Mid-Year Apartment Market Update – Investment Sales Still Roaring
Keith Collins,
Joyce Stupnik, BDH & Young
Alex Bisanz, Real Estate Equities
Clint Blaiser, Halverson and Blaiser Group, LTD
• 2017 State of the Market – Recent Deals and Activity
• The changing fundamentals of Apartments
• New Development vs. Existing: Where are the opportunities and why
• Downtown vs. Suburban: Where is the activity and why
• Outside Money – Who is new to the market
• What national companies are bidding on Apartments in the Twin Cities
• Current Vacancy Rates – Where are we at today and where are we trending
• What type of yields should you expect and What are the fundamentals today
• Growing trends and what can we expect in the next 1 to 2 years
9:15 AM Multifamily Capital Markets Update
Nick Place,
Bridgewater Bank
Molly Rutzick, TCF Bank
Ken Dayton, JLL Capital
• Where are rates at today and where are they going
• What type of deals are Fannie & Freddie looking to target today
• How much has loan to value requirements changed: Existing &. Development
• Who is lending and what are other sources of capital
• Student financing vs. Apartment financing: What programs are available
• Important financing tips for Investors & Developers
• Affordable Housing Debt Products
• Understanding Private Activity Bonds for Affordable Housing
10:05 AM Break

10:15 AM Affordable Housing Market – State of the Industry
Tom O’Neill,
Dougherty Mortgage
Chip Halbach, Minnesota Housing Partnership
Deidre Schmidt, CommonBond Communities
• What does the Affordable Housing Industry look like
• Understanding the Developer & Syndicator Relationship
• LIHTC Eligible Biases Issues
• Initial Leas-Up and Earning First Year Credits
• HUD Rent and Income Limits and your Tax Credit Property
• How can the Government engage with the Private sector and what are the opportunities
• Other Key Issues and Legislation impacting the Affordable Housing Industry
11:05 AM Student Housing Market: State of the Industry
Mannix Clark,
University of Minnesota
Gregory Ewig, Minnesota State Colleges & Universities
Gaith Hijazin, Hamline University
Casey Petersen, Peak Campus
Jaclyn Fitts, Director of Student Housing, CBRE
Daniel Oberpriller, CPM Companies
• What is Driving the Student Housing Market in Minnesota and Where is it Headed
• How does Minnesota Student Housing Inventory compare to the rest of the country
• The Changing Fundamentals of Student Housing
• On Campus vs. Off Campus Housing: The Pros & The Cons
• New Development vs. Existing: Where are the Opportunities and Why
• Case Studies on Successful Student Housing Projects
• Dealing with Increased Student Levels and Student Expectations
• Renovating and Updating Existing Properties
• Drivers for the system’s residential housing approach
• Recent residential hall renovations
• Challenges facing its rural community college campuses and housing
• Future Trends and Drivers and what Colleges & Universities would like the future of housing be
12:00 PM Adjourn and Networking


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Golden Valley, MN 55427 United States
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