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.
If you are interested in having one of our advisors speak at your next event, please contact Diana Black, Director of Marketing, at email@example.com.
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Speaker: Adam Ducker, Senior Managing Director
Adam Ducker will moderate the session "Family Rental Housing: A Growing Need and Emerging Opportunity" at the ULI Spring Meeting 2020 Webinar Series.
Fifteen million American families with children at home—most of them middle class—live in rental housing and are often priced out of both for-sale housing and newly constructed rental apartments. As a result, this population is most at risk of losing existing housing as value-add investment activity continues to grow at a rapid pace. This session will do the following:
- Describe renter households with children—where they are, what they are paying, what can they afford.
- Assess the complex array of housing that serves these households today, with a focus on whether affordability is threatened by conversion of housing to other market segments.
- Document how the development community built product for this market segment until the 1980s, but then focused elsewhere over the past several decades.
- Discuss a case for market-rate developers/owners/operators to serve this market segment.
This webinar is part of the 2020 Spring Meeting Webinar Series which runs May 11-June 19, 2020. You can view the full schedule at spring.uli.org.
Speaker: Brad Hunter, Managing Director
Brad Hunter will discuss the new faces of rental demand and the new types of products and amenities in a session called: “The New Landscape for Rental Housing.”
This annual event, now in its ninth year, attracts more than 650 public and private sector professionals from across the state who represent every aspect of real estate, including development, investment, urban planning, engineering, architecture, construction, and banking. The Summit will feature sessions on the most pressing topics in real estate today, facilitate incredible networking opportunities, and offer mobile tours to significant projects that are shaping the region.
Location: Jacksonville, FL