For the last few years, there has been an evolving conversation about the urgent need for affordable housing in the U.S. Industry leaders have been discussing challenges, looking at how to make different financing options work in different cities, and creating teams of stakeholders to study successful workforce housing programs in hopes of recreating them.
With the current economic downturn, the urgency to address the affordable housing crisis is only amplified.
Southeast Real Estate Business is hosting a panel of industry leaders to discuss obstacles that the affordable housing sector faces and ideas for bringing projects to fruition, as well as strategies for successful operation of existing properties during the pandemic.
The webinar — Affordable Housing Southeast: What is the Outlook for the Affordable Housing Sector in the Southeast Region? — will take place Thursday, November 12, from 10:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Eastern and will include two separate panel discussions.
The developer/owner/investor panel will include Ray Kuniansky of Columbia Residential, Granvel Tate of The Michaels Organization, Nick Andersen of Dominium, Max Cruz of HTG, and moderator Marc Padgett of Summit Contracting Group.
Speakers on the broker/lender panel will include Derek DeHay of Newmark Knight Frank, Aaron Hargrove of Greystone Real Estate Advisors, Jeff Rodman of M&T Bank, Kevin Morris of Colliers International and moderator Kyle Shoemaker of Affordable Housing Investment Brokerage, Inc.
Join us for this complimentary webinar for insights about how Southeastern metros are looking to address affordable housing shortages and where the opportunities are as we move into 2021.
For information about sponsoring a webinar, contact Scott France at 404-832-8262.
To watch previous webinars on demand, click here.
InterFace Conference Group is a division of France Media Inc., which publishes 10 commercial real estate magazines — including Southeast Real Estate Business — and several websites and newsletters focused on the commercial real estate industry.