ABOUT THE TEXAS MULTIFAMILY SUMMIT
Join us on June 12, 2019 in Austin for the 5th annual RealInsight Texas Multifamily Summit, where Jeff Rosenfeld, Executive Vice President of Adivo Construction, will be a keynote speaker alongside some of today’s top executives in the industry sharing knowledge on the latest multifamily trends and must-known to increase ROI.
Connect with other national and regional multifamily owners, investors and developers active across Texas markets. This year’s conference program will cover Texas-wide multifamily activity and opportunities from an outside-in perspective, while also examining the detailed local market trends in Austin, San Antonio, Houston and Dallas Fort Worth.
Topics include the influence of current demographic, economic and political changes on Texas multifamily development and investment opportunities. We will also look at challenges facing value-add redevelopment strategies today in a picked over market. Further, we will dive into key operational imperatives including rent growth projections by market, property manager recruitment & retention strategies, tenant experience trends, as well as new technology and emerging third party services.
Already involved are leadership from: AMLI Residential, Bell Partners, Berkshire Communities, Bonner Carrington, Buckhead Investment Partners, CLEAR Property Management, Encore Enterprises, Inc., Fairfield Residential, Gables Residential, Hillwood, JLB Partners, Kairoi Residential, LEM Capital, MAA | Mid America Apartments, Midway Companies, Presidium Group, RADCO Residential, Streetlights Residential,Transwestern, and more!
This conference is by-invitation-only! Registration is available to multifamily owners, investors and developers, exclusively. Registrations not matching this criteria are subject to cancellation.
A small number of select high value service providers and vendors may participate, via sponsorship.
Mayor of Austin, Texas
SVP – Development
Divisional President & Managing Partner
EVP – Investments
Managing Director – Multifamily Development
President of the West Region
SVP – Development
President of Property Management
Mary Alice Kaspar
Partner Sunbelt Markets
Trinity Private Equity Group
Austin Business Journal
EVP – Development
MAA | Mid America Apartments
Engineered Tax Services
EVP – Director of
Hunt Real Estate Capital
Trinsic Residential Group
Alliance Residential Company
Lloyd Jones Capital
MAA | Mid America Apartments
CLEAR Property Management
Buckhead Investment Partners
MAA | Mid America Apartments
The Morgan Group
Breakfast & Registration
Fireside Chat with Steve Adler, Mayor of Austin, Texas
- Daniel Salazar, Staff Writer, Austin Business Journal
Up Up & Away!: Texas’ Booming Multifamily Development Market
Due to immense population and employment growth, Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, San Marcos, Frisco, and McKinney are among the top 15 most rapidly growing cities in the country. As a result, Texas has a growing need for multifamily housing, perhaps more than any other state. But with rising construction costs and interest rates nationwide, as well as slowed rent growth, how do you deliver a product that people can afford? Where can you cut costs while battling it out with your competitors over amenities? What kind of long term strategy do you have in place to see you through?
- Steven Spears, Principal, Momark Development
- Brent Ball, SVP – Development, Fairfield Residential
- Mark Culwell, Managing Director, Transwestern
- Angela Hill, SVP – Development, Encore Enterprises
- David Ward, EVP – Development, MAA | Mid America Apartments
A Race to the Finish Line: Property Management & Operations in High-Tech Texas
In this era of Amazon, property managers in Texas and across the US are trying to keep up with the ever-changing advancements in amenities. As more and more startups and tech companies are establishing headquarters in Texas, the pressure to meet the demands of these new, sophisticated renters is at an all-time high. How are companies reshaping their organizations and management style to accommodate them? How are they renovating outdated properties, retraining talent, and re-establishing new systems for communicating with tenants? And how will potential new legislation affect the entire way they do business?
- Alan King, President, Berkshire Communities
- Ben Johnson, CEO, Apartment Butler
- Amy Jones, President of Property Management, JLB Partners
- Cris Sullivan, COO, Gables Residential
Enjoy a delicious mid-morning snack and refreshments, while mingling and comparing notes with active developers, real estate managers, owners, investors, and capital sources.
No Grit No Pearl: Texas’ Value-add & Redevelopment Opportunities
Investment in Texas often means less regulation, easier permitting and no state income tax, as well as continued job growth, a lower cost of living, and more accommodating weather than in many other key US markets. With plentiful inventory to burn and rising land and construction costs, capital sources around the country are putting their money in Texas’ B & C class assets, creating quality apartments that attract those who can afford higher rents. But it’s become quite a competitive landscape. What strategies can redevelopers use to drastically cut their window of renovation time? How can smaller firms compete with larger firms and their in-house operating partners? Which Texas submarkets provide the best deals and which markets are tightening?
- Gary Goodman, SVP, PASSCO Companies
- Ben Beggs, Vice President, redIQ
- Jason Buxbaum, President, Jevan Capital
- Ted Collie, EVP – Investments, Cortland Partners
- Eric Lagdameo, Partner Sunbelt Markets, Arel Capital
- Chris Potavin, SVP, LEM Capital
- Jeff Rosenfeld, EVP – Director of Business Development, Adivo Construction
Concurrent Track B – Invite-Only Roundtable for Senior Execs in Property Management & Operations
Concurrent Track C – Invite-Only Roundtable for Senior Execs in Development & Construction
Treading in Murky Waters: Multifamily Capital Raising, Investment & Borrowing
With multifamily development reaching its peak in 2018, volatile financial markets, and the drop in oil and gas prices late last year, 2019 has been more uncertain for Texas multifamily investment. There’s still an abundance of capital to finance multifamily construction and development, but finding the appropriate deal may be a bit trickier. How will you navigate multifamily financing landmines? Will you partner with an investor or go out on your own? Where are Texas’ opportunity zones?
- Kolten King, Product Manager, redIQ
- Jonah Belkin, SVP, AECOM Capital
- Adrian Lufschanowski, President, Thrive, FP
- Dan Meader, Managing Partner, Trinity Private Equity Group
- Barry Olson, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
- John Sloot, VP, Hunt Real Estate Capital
Networking Lunch & Reception
Lunch Workshop – New Trump Administration Updates: Federal, State and Local Energy & Specialty Tax Incentives
- Michael D’Onofrio, Managing Director, Engineered Tax Services
The Future of Texas: Power Panel
- Mary Alice Kaspar, President, Compass Communications
- Matt Brendel, Divisional President & Managing Partner, JPI
- Casey Bump, President, Bonner Carrington
- Jim Norman, President, HPI Residential
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