ATLANTA, March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — The southeast multi-family market is chugging along, but obstacles loom on the horizon and some are worried about the impact of the new administration. Join 40+ developers, investors, capital sources and property management firms to discuss how to capitalize on the strength of the market through 2017, and what pitfalls investors and developers must look out for.

* How saturated is the Class-A market? What value-add strategies are being taken to capitalize on the Class-B properties and sustain Class-A?

* Is new product being absorbed?

* What new opportunities, such as investing in the single-family space, are providing profit and which aren’t?

* What are new and unique burgeoning sub-markets in the southeast?

On March 8th developers and investors from Greater Atlanta and the Southeast will attend CapRate Events’ Southeast Apartment Summit: Spring Update & 2017 Forecast, a high-level conference and networking event, combining a full day of informational panels and networking with breakfast and lunch. From 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, panelists and presenters will discuss topic such as:

  • Urban land use in Atlanta
  • The state of the Atlanta and Southeast Multi-Family Arena, including an analysis of the luxury rental market
  • Overcoming regulatory and zoning challenges, and working work with the public sector
  • A property management workshop focused on assets, amenities, and innovation
  • A look into the Southeast multi-family capital market
  • Finding deals in burgeoning Southeast submarkets and the Southeast’s rapidly-growing middle market

Though the event will occur in Atlanta, the event will feature discussion on many topics of national significance, such as:

  • The impact of the Trump administration’s policies on the multi-family market
  • The growing and changing millennial workforce – saddled with more debt and enjoying less income
  • The continual migration of renters from suburban to emerging urban markets
  • Whether the fed will continue to raise interest rates in 2017
  • Where we are in the current boom cycle, and what red flags the Multi-Family industry should look out for to prepare for a recession
  • What amenities, operations and other value-add strategies property management companies are using to increase tenant retention

Speakers and sponsors will include representatives from all sides of the Multi-Family industry, including investors, developers, property managers, brokers, and account executives from institutions as diverse as Fannie Mae, GreyStar, mydoorview, Cushman and Wakefield, TriBridge Residential, Cortland Partners, and more.

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All Speakers

  • Philip Tague, President, AMLI Residential
  • Ned Stiker, Senior Managing Director – Head of Investor Relations and Capital Markets, Cortland Partners
  • Sam Moore, Managing Director – Investments, Greystar
  • Hugh Allen, Regional Director of Commercial Real Estate, TD Bank
  • John Bennett, Senior Vice President, Ambling
  • Irwin Boris, Chief Investment Officer, CiTYR
  • Kody Brousssard, President, Millennial Property Group, LLC
  • Jay T. Clark, CEO and Foun, Southeast Capital Companies
  • Denis Condie, President, mydoorview
  • Stephen Farnsworth, Senior Vice President, Walker & Dunlop
  • Paul Fiorilla, Research, Yardi Systems
  • Peter Fitzgerald, Partner, The RADCO Companies
  • Ladson Haddow, Vice President, Haddow & Company
  • Nick Hathaway, Partner – Director of Development, Hathaway Development
  • Craig S Hey, Director, Cushman and Wakefield
  • Ricky Jones, Director of Multifamily Brokerage, Franklin Street
  • Michael Kemether, CFA, Multifamily Advisory Group, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.
  • Michael Kenney, Senior Director Multifamily Governance and Business Services, Fannie Mae
  • Richard Levine, Senior Managing Director, Berkadia
  • Rich Levitan, President, NPS Rent Assurance® / Neighborhood Pay Services
  • Lacy Romano, Senior Regional Manager, TriBridge Residential
  • Dan Smith, Major Account Executive – Southeast, TransUnion
  • Stacey Ciaramella Smith, Senior Director of Training and Development, First Communities
  • Eric Weiss, Partner, Schulten Ward Turner & Weiss, LLP
  • Deborah Westphal, Executive and School Director, IREM GA

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Confirmed Participants, as of March 6:

ALLBIZ Capital Group


AMLI Residential

APEX Billing Solutions

Atlantic Capital Bank

Barings Real Estate Advisers


BSC Holdings Inc.

Bull Realty

CapRate’s National Multifamily Investment Series

Cask Industries/ Cortland Partners


Continential Realty Corporation

Cortland Partners

Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

Cushman and Wakefield

DeNyse Companies

eLEVE Business Solutions

Fairway Architectural Railing Systems

Fannie Mae

First Communities

Franklin Street of Atlanta

Go Doorstep

Google Fiber


Greystar Management

Greystone Brown Real Estate Advisors

Haddow & Company

Hathaway Development


HPS North America



Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta

KW Realty Intown Atlanta


Marcus & Millichap

Meridian Capital Group

Millennial Property Group, LLC

Multifamily Risk Advisors



Providence Realty Investors Inc.

RPS GaiaTech

RPS Group

Schulten Ward Turner & Weiss LLP

Smith Insurance & Financial Group

Southeast Capital Companies

The RADCO Companies


TriBridge Residential

Trimont Real Estate Advisors

United Consulting

Valet Waste

Walker & Dunlop

Yardi Systems

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The Southeast Apartment Summit: Spring Update & 2017 | The National Multifamily Investment Series (CapRate Events, LLC)

Wednesday, March 08, 2017 8:00 AM4:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Georgia Aquarium

225 Baker Street NW

Atlanta, Georgia 30313

United States

(404) 581-4000


Ronnie Niederman | 646-829-7233


Brian Klebash  | 917-460-3572 | [email protected]

Media Contact: Brian Klebash, CapRate Events | The National Multifamily Investment Series, 646-331-8777, [email protected]

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