Upcoming Webinars & Speaking Engagements
RCLCO is incredibly involved in the global real estate community. Join us at the following upcoming (virtual and live) events where we will present our insights and discuss developing industry trends. We also host our own events, including annual CEO Summits and MPC University.
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ULI Housing Opportunity Conference
March 16, 2021 - March 17, 2021
Speaker: Adam Ducker, Chief Executive Officer
Adam Ducker will participate as a moderator in the online panel Low-Density Rental Development – Does it Help Address Housing Equity? on March 16th from 3:15 PM – 4:00 PM EDT as part of the 2021 ULI Virtual Housing Opportunity Conference.
“Purpose-built” low-density rental development models are evolving to meet emerging housing demand driven by demographic trends and shifting household preferences. This session will explore where these models are emerging, who is implementing and financing them, and what consumer segments they serve? The panel will also address whether the model increases opportunities to meet a variety of housing needs and challenges, specifically to better house the U.S.
The Housing Opportunity conference is one of the nation’s premier meetings of the residential development, lending, investing, and policy community, and brings together a diverse mix of private and nonprofit real estate developers, public officials, urban and regional planners, housing advocates, architects, investors, and lenders with one common goal – to expand housing opportunities in their communities.
Each year, the conference explores key factors and challenges contributing to our nation’s residential housing crisis and offers emerging cross-sector solutions that support the Terwilliger Center’s central mission – to advance best practices in residential development and public policy, and to support ULI members and local communities in creating and sustaining a full spectrum of housing opportunities, particularly for low- and moderate-income households. This year’s conference will be virtual and will include panels, keynote speakers, and virtual tours.
Conference participants will have the opportunity to:
- Learn about cutting edge research and best practices in the housing industry;
- Engage with a diverse, multi-sector group of industry leaders;
- Tour innovative buildings and developments that showcase the best of mixed-income and affordable housing design and transit-oriented and mixed-use development.