[Student Housing Webinar Registration] Join Rutgers University, Walker & Dunlop, TSB, Leonardo247, NKF, OC Ventures, Safeware on July 27 to Discuss Fall Reopening

CAPRE’S STUDENT HOUSING FUTURE

July 27, 2020
3pm-5pm ET

Against the backdrop of COVID-19, commercial real estate executives are tasked with enormous challenges and opportunities. CAPRE will cover all aspects of student housing, including analysis of the federal stimulus, outlook for current and future construction, capital raising in unusual times, and the outlook for development/investment over the duration of 2020 and into 2021. In the face of this unprecedented period in history, business leaders are making decisions they have never had to evaluate before. How are decision makers managing the current environment? How do these unique dynamics influence their forward-looking business plans? What is the opportunity in today’s environment? And finally, what might the new student housing normal look like?

Featuring:
* Will Baker, Managing Director – Multifamily Finance, Walker & Dunlop
* Timothy S. Bradley, Owner, TSB Capital Advisors
* Daniel Cunningham, CEO, Leonardo247
* Kris Davis, Program Development Manager, Safeware
* William Fritz, Executive Director, Learn21 (tentative)
* Brian Klebash, President & Founder, CAPRE
* J. Ryan Lang, Vice Chairman – Student Housing, Multifamily Capital Markets, Newmark Knight Frank
* Greg A. Marx, VP – Student Housing Investments, ARTISAN Capital Group, LLC
* Nancy Sullivan, Associate Director – Economic Development Group, Planning & Operations, Rutgers University
* Vito Vacca, Program Development Manager / Licensed Insurance Agent, Safeware
* Steve Zhang, CIO, OC Ventures

Schedule:

3:00-3:10
Welcome & Opening Remarks

3:10-3:25
Sponsor Remarks: Safeware

Hear from:
* Kris Davis, Program Development Manager, Safeware

3:25-3:40
Up-Close with Rutgers University: Planning for the Fall and the Strategies to Mitigate Risk Associated with COVID-19

Hear from:
* Nancy Sullivan, Associate Director – Economic Development Group, Planning & Operations, Rutgers University

3:40-4:10
Segment 1: Analysis of Institutional Investment in Student Housing: How has the Pandemic Impacted Acquisition/Disposition Strategies?

Proposed Discussion Points:
* How are Fannie & Freddie approaching student housing pre-COVID and during the COVID environment?
* Why is student housing viewed as a sage investment during this historic time period?
* What type of investors have entered the student housing arena during COVID-19 and why?
* How is dedensification on-campus likely to drive demand for new off-campus beds?
* Is the low-cost of capital environment likely to continue and for how long? What are the challenges today to accessing low-cost debt?
* Will a distressed debt or asset climate emerge in student housing?
* Has institutional investor return criteria changed pre COVID-19 to now?
* Has your allocation to student and alternative investments changed due to the pandemic?
Hear from:
* Will Baker, Managing Director – Multifamily Finance, Walker & Dunlop
* Timothy S. Bradley, Owner, TSB Capital Advisors
* J. Ryan Lang, Vice Chairman – Student Housing, Multifamily Capital Markets, Newmark Knight Frank
* Greg A. Marx, VP – Student Housing Investments, ARTISAN Capital Group, LLC
* Steve Zhang, CIO, OC Ventures

4:10-4:45
Segment 2: Increase and Improvements in Technology as a Response to the New Environment for Collegiate Management & Operations

Proposed Discussion Points:
* What precautions are you taking in terms of how you are keeping students safe in the COVID-19 environment?
* How have your operations changed due to COVID-19?
* Is there any new industry trend that you have adapted to or changed, including: new programs, new policies, technologies or software?
* Analysis of the evolution about getting renters insurance for students
* What is the industry doing to de-density? Compare and contrast university side and private side
Hear from:
* Daniel Cunningham, CEO, Leonardo247
* William Fritz, Executive Director, Learn21 (tentative)
* Nancy Sullivan, Associate Director – Economic Development Group, Planning & Operations, Rutgers University
* Vito Vacca, Program Development Manager / Licensed Insurance Agent, Safeware

4:45-5:00
Forward Thinking: Finding the Silver Lining in Today’s Environment

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