Family Rental Housing: A Growing Need and Emerging Opportunity
Low-Density Rental Development – Does it Help Address Housing Equity?
Chief Executive Officer Adam Ducker presented original RCLCO research in the online session “Low-Density Rental Development – Does it Help Address Housing Equity?” at ULI’s 2021 Housing Opportunity Conference. Panelists included Andy Carmody, Managing Director at Tricon Residential, and Matthew Putterman, Senior Director at JLL-Capital Markets.
- Purpose-built low-density rental development models are evolving to meet emerging housing demand driven by demographic trends and shifting household preferences.
- This session explored where these models are emerging, who is implementing and financing them, and what consumer segments they serve.
- The panel also addressed whether the model increases opportunities to meet a variety of housing needs and challenges, specifically to better house the U.S.
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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.