Start Date: 6/22/2021 8:30 AM EDT
End Date: 6/22/2021 11:30 AM EDT
Venue Name: Live Streaming via Zoom
2021 - Mid-Year Multifamily Roundup
June 22, 2021
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Early-bird pricing until June 14, 2021
MBREA members: $44
Add $15 after June 14, 2021
Brett Pelletier, MRA, CRE, FRICS
This course provides a high-level overview of the external influences on multifamily real estate markets within the US, and more specifically, within the Boston Metropolitan Area.
Recent performance and trends will be discussed at a high level to understand what drives multifamily real estate investment, development, and financing decisions. Market cycles, portfolio performance, capital market activities, and tenant behavior will be explored as they relate to asset value, performance, and development. Particular attention will be paid to evolving measures of real estate performance in a post-COVID environment.
The material presented in this course is intended to expand on one's existing knowledge base while being relatable and relevant for immediate use in practice. There will be ample opportunity for discussions and Q&A at the end of each section. Participation is encouraged.
Who Should Attend?
Commercial and residential real estate appraisers and review appraisers, commercial and residential lenders, risk managers, underwriters, and policymakers who may have responsibility for real estate, lending, and land-use decision making.
About our speaker:
Brett Pelletier, MRA, CRE, FRICS, is a Certified General appraiser and the Chief Operating Officer of Kirk & Company real estate counselors. He is a finance and land economics professional specializing in commercial real estate problem solving, affordable housing finance, advisory, and policy matters. Brett is a creative and engaged leader focusing on tactile solutions to complex theoretical, financial, and operational problems. A passionate learner with unique ability to bridge dissimilar disciplines in solving problems involving both economics and the built environment, Brett is an adjunct professor in the department of business and economics at Salve Regina College.
Credit Info: Applications for up to three hours of continuing education credit have been submitted to CT, MA (NR & R), NH, and RI. When registering for this program you acknowledge continuing education credit may not be available in the states where application has been made.
Live Streaming Info
MBREA’s live streaming Zoom seminars are interactive and to participate and receive continuing education credit students must have a computer or device with a camera and audio that allows the instructor to physically see and interact with all students in the class.