The Multifamily Forum: Southern California is proceeding as planned on June 4.


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Get Involved on October 20!

Samantha Williams
Event Director
sam@greenpearlevents.com

Going into its 9th year, the Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southern California is the West Coast apartment industry’s annual gathering to meet, connect, raise capital, gain market information and problem-solve today’s toughest challenges.

This one-day conference is popular among multifamily principals because of its quality, attracting the most active apartment property owners, investors, developers and professionals active on the West Coast. Key issues addressed include: urban and suburban rental trends, investment activity, the revised playbook of rehab/repositioning, changes to debt and equity markets, operational efficiencies and ancillary income, and what to know about rent control legislation.

Nothing is off the table at So-Cal Multifamily Forum:

  • How will the presidential election impact the multifamily sector?
  • What’s the right play with existing assets – buy, sell or refinance?
  • How does Southern California stack up compared to comparable metros across the US?
  • Where are rents headed and which SoCal cities have the most upside right now?
  • What are ground-up developers and re-developers doing about costs to ensure projects pencil out?
  • How is co-living changing the market, and should you get involved?
  • Which technologies and services are giving the biggest lift to income and occupancy?
  • How much should you spend on rehab per unit? Which upgrades matter most?
  • Since AB1482 passed statewide, how will rent control legislation change my business?

Keynote Speaker

Bob Hart

Bob Hart
President & CEO
TruAmerica Multifamily

2020 Speakers

Simon Aftalion

Simon Aftalion
Development Director
Markwood

Barry Altshuler

Barry Altshuler
EVP – Investments
Equity Residential

Tom Bannon

Tom Bannon
Chief Executive Officer
California Apartment Association

Ash Baraghoush

Ash Baraghoush
Managing Director – Investments
Hanover Financial

Marshall Boyd

Marshall Boyd
Chief Executive Officer
Interstate Equities

Rachel Davidson

Rachel Davidson
Chief Administrative Officer
Alliance Residential Company

Jonathan Epstein

Jonathan Epstein
Managing Director
BentallGreenOak

Kevin Kaberna

Kevin Kaberna
Sr. Managing Director Investment
Greystar

Paul Kaseburg

Paul Kaseburg
CIO
MG Properties Group

Paul Keller

Paul Keller
Chairman
Mack Real Estate Development

David Kim

David Kim
Founder & Managing Principal
Bascom Group

Jim Lapides

Jim Lapides
Vice President
National Multifamily Housing Council

John Millham

John Millham
President
Prometheus Real Estate Group

Neil Shekhter

Neil Shekhter
Chief Executive Officer
NMS Properties

Ryan Somers

Ryan Somers
President & CEO
Benedict Canyon Equities

Michael Sorochinsky

Michael Sorochinsky
Founder & CEO
Cypress Equity Investments

Steven Taylor

Steven Taylor
Managing Partner & Founder
Ness Holdings

Nick Vanderboom

Nick Vanderboom
Chief Operating Officer
Related California

Keith Wasserman

Keith Wasserman
Partner
Gelt

Aaron Burnett

Aaron Burnett
Director – Western Region
Kastle Systems

Michael D'Onofrio

Mike D’Onofrio
Managing Director
Engineered Tax Services

Shelby Istrin

Shelby Istrin
Chief Executive Officer
Onyx Relocation

Bobby Khorshidi

Bobby Khorshidi
President & Principal
Archway Fund

Micheal Leake

Micheal Leake
Partner
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton

John MacLean

John MacLean
Senior Vice President
Banc of California

Jim Markel

Jim Markel
VP – Regional Manager, Encino
Marcus & Millichap

Billy Meyer

Billy Meyer
Managing Director – RE Lending
Columbia Pacific Advisors

Alexa Mizrahi

Alexa Mizrahi
Director of Loan Origination
Lone Oak Fund

Sce Pike

Scé Pike
CEO & Co-Founder
IOTAS

Mike Rovner

Mike Rovner
Founder & President
Mike Rovner Construction

John Sebree

John Sebree
SVP & National Director
Multifamily

Marcus & Millichap

Tony Solomon

Tony Solomon
SVP & National Director
Marcus & Millichap
Capital Corporation

Pam Westhoff

Pam Westhoff
Partner
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton

2020 Speakers

  • Simon Aftalion, Development Director, Markwood
  • Barry Altshuler, EVP – Investments, Equity Residential
  • Tom Bannon, Chief Executive Officer, California Apartment Association
  • Ash Baraghoush, Managing Director – Investments, Hanover Financial
  • Marshall Boyd, Chief Executive Officer, Interstate Equities
  • Rachel Davidson, Chief Administrative Officer, Alliance Residential Company
  • Jonathan Epstein, Managing Director, BentallGreenOak
  • Kevin Kaberna, Sr. Managing Director Investment, Greystar
  • Paul Kaseburg, CIO, MG Properties Group
  • Paul Keller, Chairman, Mack Real Estate Development
  • David Kim, Founder & Managing Principal, Bascom Group
  • Jim Lapides, Vice President, National Multifamily Housing Council
  • John Millham, President, Prometheus Real Estate Group
  • Neil Shekhter, Chief Executive Officer, NMS Properties
  • Ryan Somers, President & CEO, Benedict Canyon Equities
  • Michael Sorochinsky, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Cypress Equity Investments
  • Steven Taylor, Managing Partner & Founder, Ness Holdings
  • Nick Vanderboom, Chief Operating Officer, Related California
  • Keith Wasserman, Partner, Gelt
  • Aaron Burnett, Director – Western Region, Kastle Systems
  • Mike D’Onofrio, Managing Director, Engineered Tax Services
  • Shelby Istrin, Chief Executive Officer, Onyx Relocation
  • Bobby Khorshidi, President & Principal, Archway Fund
  • Micheal Leake, Partner, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton
  • John MacLean, Senior Vice President, Banc of California
  • Jim Markel, VP – Regional Manager, Encino, Marcus & Millichap
  • Billy Meyer, Managing Director – RE Lending, Columbia Pacific Advisors
  • Alexa Mizrahi, Director of Loan Origination, Lone Oak Fund
  • Scé Pike, CEO & Co-Founder, IOTAS
  • Mike Rovner, Founder & President, Mike Rovner Construction
  • John Sebree, SVP & National Director, Multifamily, Marcus & Millichap
  • Tony Solomon, SVP & National Director, Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation
  • Pam Westhoff, Partner, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton

Who Attends

The Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum: Southern California brings together hundreds of active multifamily developers, owners, investors, managers and operators.

Past attending companies include:

  • 5Arch
  • Abner Company
  • Advent Properties
  • AFCO
  • AMCAL Multi-Housing
  • Ares
  • Arixa Capital
  • Armor Capital
  • AvalonBay Communities
  • Baks Investments
  • Bascom Group
  • Benedict Canyon Equities
  • Berkshire Group
  • BlackRock
  • Bridge Investment Group
  • Brixmor Property Group
  • Brookfield
  • Bueno Group
  • California Landmark
  • Canfield Development
  • Carmel Partners
  • CGI Strategies
  • Champion Real Estate Company
  • Citigroup
  • Clarion Partners
  • Clement Capital
  • Cowley Real Estate Partners
  • CVG Properties
  • Decron Properties
  • Diamond Hills Realty
  • Dinerstein Companies
  • Domuso
  • Dunleer Group
  • Equassure
  • Equity Residential
  • Eris Development
  • Fairfield Residential
  • Fifield Companies
  • Forest City Enterprises
  • FPA Multifamily
  • Gelt
  • Gibraltar Investment Partners
  • Glaser Family Properties
  • Hanover
  • Haven Realty Capital
  • Highland Realty Capital
  • Holland Partners
  • Holualoa Companies
  • IDS Real Estate Group
  • Integral Group
  • Interstate Equities
  • JADE Enterprises
  • JPI Companies
  • Kelton Capital
  • Kemper Development Company
  • Key Bridge Capital
  • Keystone Pinnacle
  • Laramar Group
  • Latco Enterprises
  • Legacy Partners
  • Lennar Multifamily
  • Loboda Properties
  • Lockton
  • Luxer One
  • MacFarlane Partners
  • Mack Real Estate Development
  • Majestic Realty
  • Mayer Capital Partners
  • MDT Properties
  • Mesa West Capital
  • MG Properties Group
  • Micropolitan
  • Miramac Capital
  • MJW Investments
  • Monem Corporation
  • NMS Properties
  • NNC Apartment Ventures
  • Nu Urban Residential
  • Pacific Apartment Homes
  • Pacific Urban Residential
  • Partners Capital
  • PeerStreet
  • Phoenix Group
  • Pinnacle Investments
  • Pinyon Group
  • Priya Living
  • Pro Residential
  • Prometheus Real Estate Group
  • Psomas
  • Raintree Partners
  • Red Capital Group
  • Regency Centers
  • Related California
  • Resmark
  • Rockdyne Enterprises
  • Sack Properties
  • Sandstone Properties
  • Sarco Investments
  • Sares Regis Group
  • Seritage Growth Properties
  • Star Building Group
  • StarPoint Properties
  • Steadfast Companies
  • SummerHill Housing Group
  • TCW Group
  • Trammell Crow Residential
  • Trion Properties
  • TruAmerica Multifamily
  • Universe Holdings
  • Urban Land Institute Los Angeles
  • Viceroy Investments
  • VisionWise Capital
  • Watt Companies
  • Western National Group
  • Winstar Properties
  • Wood Partners

Agenda

7:00 AM

Networking Breakfast

8:00 AM

Welcome Remarks

8:10 AM

Multifamily State of Market: National vs. Southern California

M&M National Director of Multifamily, John Sebree, will present the current state of the market, comparing and contrasting trends across Southern California with key comparable apartment markets across the country. Learn how supply and demand for apartments interplay for key cities across Southern California and the west coast, as well as key indicators for job and wage growth. Sharpen your business plan for 2020 with this market data and trends presentation.

Presented by:

  • John Sebree, Senior Vice President / National Director, Multifamily, Marcus & Millichap

8:45 AM

Morning Keynote: Bob Hart, President & CEO, TruAmerica

Bob Hart is the founder and leader of one of the nation’s largest and most active investors in apartment communities with $9.5 billion in assets under management comprising approximately 42,000 units.

9:20 AM

Hero or Zero? The Future of Apartment Development & Investment across Southern California

Robust economic, demographic and employment growth conditions along with seemingly infinite demand for housing have long made Southern California one of the nations most coveted regions to invest or own apartments. Yet, last year’s passing of rent control statewide, the often laborious entitlement process and pervasive NIMBYism also make it one of the toughest regions in which to do deals or get new developments off the ground. Current conditions put into question whether the multifamily investment and development industry should stay active in California or go elsewhere for greener pastures. How and where can multifamily leaders deliver the much needed housing Californians require while meeting investors expectations?

  • Without government aid, which business models work where workforce housing developments still pencil out?
  • How has rent control changed the appetite for new construction and investment?
  • How does building ground-up compare to value add opportunities today?
  • How can Opportunity Zones be used to do what otherwise could not be done?
  • What results are co-living developers seeing and how big is the demand for co-living?
  • What creative ways are there to accelerate the development process?
  • How will this year’s presidential election impact investment activity and deal closings?

10:00 AM

Networking Break

10:40 AM

Track A – Elections, Viruses & Brexits, Oh My!: Multifamily Investment & Finance Velocity & Deal Flow in a Topsy Turvy World

With stock markets experiencing extreme volatility and interest rates greatly reduced, the impact upon multifamily finance and investment is certain to be pronounced. Real estate like many real assets is a great hedge in turbulent times, and yet the market is already awash in equity and debt capital in search of deals. Combine this high level of competition with end-of-cycle risks, anti-landlord sentiment and persistently high acquisition pricing indicate, and perhaps now may not be the time to jump on new deals and might even be a good time to sell. Come meet and hear from active capital sources as they discuss what they are acquiring, selling and funding.

  • Should equity investors invest in new deals today, sell existing assets or wait out the uncertain end of the current cycle?
  • How much have rent control measures impacted rent forecasts, valuations and underwriting?
  • What expectations should you be setting with your investors in terms of returns and exit timing?
  • What are creative ways to reach full capitalization if you still have a gap to fill?
  • What is the best (and the worst) deal you can expect today in terms of equity and debt financing terms?

10:40 AM

Track B – Finding the Silver Lining: Innovative Strategies, Technology & Ancillary Income Opportunities

With rent control legislation impairing rent increases, the consequences to maintenance, upgrades and operations are clear: The very income which owners and operators use to maintain properties, to invest in property improvements and to provide the services and amenities is jeopardized and could lead to a period of underinvestment and disrepair. What opportunities are available for additional ancillary income and technology to improve revenue and/or control costs?

  • What do top operators think about: Artificial Intelligence Leasing Agents, Self Guided Tours / Apps, Sensors & Building Intelligence, AR / VR, Package Solutions?
  • Beyond these, what other technologies are emerging that we should pay attention to?
  • How is technology changing multifamily operational business models? And what technologies are becoming part of the core DNA of multifamily operations?
  • How are multifamily operators addressing community issues and the disconnection fostered by technology and automation?
  • What property management innovations are coming to the markets that have little to do with software or hardware?
  • Which services and amenities will residents pay more for or which are they willing to let go of? What ancillary income opportunities are there to make up for lost rent growth?
  • How do rent increases correlate to resident turnover and how has rent control impacted turnover?

11:30 AM

Track A – Bending the Cost Curve: Secrets in Multifamily Design & Construction

Development in Southern California is plagued by numerous foes: Anti-development sentiment, materials costs, labor costs, community and local governments steering a voter-agenda and slowing development makes it nearly impossible to get a project off the ground and puts considerable pressure on whether a ground-up project makes sense.

  • What are some little-known design and construction strategies that circumvent barriers that are simply too high for most others?
  • How do you work with communities who would otherwise stop you from building?
  • When is co-living the answer? How is co-living being received by cities, developers and renters?
  • Is modular ready for mainstream? What other ways can you reduce construction costs?
  • How do you build the probability of fewer cars or less workforce commuting?
  • What are the latest trends delivering sustainable apartment buildings and units?

11:30 AM

Track B – The New, New Value-Add Playbook: Updated Strategies to Rethink the Rehab Game

The value-add playbook of buying underperforming assets and investing into them by adding value and increasing rent has been a low risk high yield investment. Yet when the low hanging fruit has been picked over and rent control legislation stunts rent increases, forces many to seek new investment avenues or to change their business strategy. What does the value-add playbook look like today?

  • How does risk and reward compare between value-add and new build, today?
  • How does rent control impact existing asset valuations?
  • Should you forgo major improvements and scale down on amenities with existing assets?
  • How does rent control impact how much you should spend per unit on renovations and how much you can raise rents?
  • Is it a good time to buy or sell?
  • Where do value-add opportunities in Southern California exist?

12:35 PM

Networking Lunch

12:45 PM

Lunch Workshop – Tax Free Forever: New Information Just Released about Opportunity Zones and Tax Policy Changes

Join this workshop to get the latest updates and changes to Qualified Opportunity Zones just released out of Washington. Recent changes open up new avenues of value creation, real estate deal structuring, advanced tax credit and incentive strategies.

1:20 PM

Heating Up (Again): An Update on Rent Control & What Could Be on the Ballot this November

  • How do we create a solution outside of rent control to increase the supply of affordable units?
  • What to expect in upcoming rent control legislation?
  • How should you take future rent control into consideration when evaluating new opportunities?
  • What can we do as an industry to work together? What is being done in terms of lobbying and political efforts?

2:35 PM

Closing Remarks & Networking Reception

Roundtables

Conference registration does not automatically qualify you to participate in a Roundtable; separate registration is required. If you are interested in participating, contact Scott Milliken at scott@greenpearlevents.com.

8:30 AM

Operational Excellence Roundtable

This closed-door session brings together apartment owners, operators and managers to discuss shared challenges in multifamily management and operators, with the goal of exploring ideas and solutions to those challenges.

10:40 AM

Active Ground-Up Developers Roundtable

This closed-door session brings together multifamily ground up developers and builders to share challenges in apartment and condo development, with the goal of exploring ideas and solutions to those challenges.

Agenda

7:00 AM

Networking Breakfast

8:00 AM

Welcome Remarks

8:10 AM

Multifamily State of Market: National vs. Southern California

Presented by:

  • John Sebree, Senior Vice President / National Director, Multifamily, Marcus & Millichap

8:45 AM

Morning Keynote: Bob Hart, President & CEO, TruAmerica

9:20 AM

Hero or Zero? The Future of Apartment Development & Investment across Southern California

10:00 AM

Networking Break

10:40 AM

Track A – Elections, Viruses & Brexits, Oh My!: Multifamily Investment & Finance Velocity & Deal Flow in a Topsy Turvy World

10:40 AM

Track B – Finding the Silver Lining: Innovative Strategies, Technology & Ancillary Income Opportunities

11:30 AM

Track A – Bending the Cost Curve: Secrets in Multifamily Design & Construction

11:30 AM

Track B – The New, New Value-Add Playbook: Updated Strategies to Rethink the Rehab Game

12:35 PM

Networking Lunch

12:45 PM

Lunch Workshop – Tax Free Forever: New Information Just Released about Opportunity Zones and Tax Policy Changes

1:20 PM

Heating Up (Again): An Update on Rent Control & What Could Be on the Ballot this November

2:35 PM

Closing Remarks & Networking Reception

Roundtables

Conference registration does not automatically qualify you to participate in a Roundtable; separate registration is required. If you are interested in participating, contact Scott Milliken at scott@greenpearlevents.com.

8:30 AM

Operational Excellence Roundtable

10:40 AM

Active Ground-Up Developers Roundtable

Conference Chairs

Marcus & Millichap
IPA

Founded in 1971, Marcus & Millichap is a leading commercial real estate brokerage firm focusing exclusively on investment sales, financing, research, and advisory services, with close to 2,000 investment sales and financing professionals in over 80 offices throughout the United States and Canada. The firm has perfected a powerful property marketing system that integrates broker specialization by property type and market area; the industry’s most comprehensive investment research; a long-standing culture of information sharing; relationships with the largest pool of qualified investors; and state-of-the-art technology matching buyers and sellers. In 2018, the firm closed nearly 10,000 transactions with a sales volume of approximately $46.4 billion.

Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) is a unique platform created to support the needs of institutional and sophisticated private investors. IPA is centered around a select national network of institutionally qualified brokerage professionals and supported by a robust technology platform and highly regarded research. IPA’s unique combination of real estate investment expertise, industry-leading technology, superior support services and acclaimed research will offer customized solutions for the acquisition and disposition of institutional multifamily properties and portfolios.

2020 Sponsors

Sponsors of the Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southern California are typically industry vendors and service providers looking to secure new business from medium to large sized multifamily and/or office portfolio operators.

Allen Matkins
Archway Capital
Banc of California
biproxi
Columbia Pacific
EBI Consulting
ETS
Groupe Selection
Insurent
IOTAS
Jetty
Juniper Square
jurny
Kastle Systems
Lone Oak Fund
Luther Burbank
MRC
NV5
Onyx Relocation
ParkPlus
Private Mortgage Fund
redIQ
Repli
Rutan & Tucker
Sheppard Mullin
TheGuarantors
Turnaround Solutions

Venue

Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southern California
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
7:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Venue:
The L.A. Grand Hotel Downtown
Los Angeles
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LA Grand Hotel Downtown

Get Involved in 2020!

Samantha Williams
Event Director
sam@greenpearlevents.com

About Multifamily Forums

The Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forums across the U.S. bring together over 6,000 multifamily owners, investors, managers and developers annually to create an in-person marketplace for learning, discovery, networking and deal-making. The sessions address the major issues affecting the apartment and condo markets today, and the networking allows multi-housing principals to meet, talk and source deals and investment capital.

Get Involved in 2020!

Samantha Williams
Event Director
sam@greenpearlevents.com

Recognized as the #1 multifamily conference focused on apartment properties in Southern California, the 8th annual Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southern California on June 6, 2019, delivers what you need to know to thrive in times of change and uncertainty. Last year, over 775 owners, investors, developers, managers and financiers of multifamily properties participated. It’s a true who’s-who of the West Coast apartments industry.

Main focus areas include: urban and suburban rental trends, investment activity, the revised playbook of rehab/repositioning, changes to debt and equity markets, operational efficiencies and ancillary income, and what’s ahead in rent control measures.

The Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forums across the U.S. bring together over 6,000 multifamily owners, investors, managers and developers annually to create an in-person marketplace for learning, discovery, networking and deal-making. The sessions address the major issues affecting the apartment and condo markets today, and the networking allows multi-housing principals to meet, talk and source deals and investment capital.

Key reasons to attend:

  • Get the latest market data on transactions, rent trends and new unit forecasts by market
  • Learn about the current housing supply vs. demand imbalance and what it means
  • Explore the mechanics of the build vs. buy equation and when it makes sense to build ground up
  • Network with active operating and capital partners for your next joint venture
  • Hear how apartment developers and re-developers are addressing cost issues and improving the bottom line
  • Discover innovative apartment technologies and services that wow tenants and generate incremental revenue
  • Retool your value-add capital raising, acquisition, rehab and exit strategies

Who Speaks

Speakers at the Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southern California are typically senior executives and company leaders who lead teams that invest, own, develop and manage multifamily properties, as well as a curated selection of industry leaders from organizations that impact the multifamily asset class today.

Past speakers include:

Sean Burton

Sean Burton
CEO
CityView

Bob Hart

Bob Hart
President & CEO
TruAmerica Multifamily

Hessam Nadji

Hessam Nadji
President & CEO
Marcus & Millichap

Kevin Ratner

Kevin Ratner
President
Forest City Enterprises

Michael Schall

Michael Schall
President & CEO
Essex Property Trust

Bill Witte

Bill Witte
President
Related California

Ron Zeff

Ron Zeff
Chief Executive Officer
Carmel Partners

  • J.J. Abraham, Division President – California, Lennar Multifamily
  • Jim Anderson, SVP, Trammell Crow Company
  • Tom Bannon, Chief Executive Officer, California Apartment Association
  • Steve Basham, Senior Market Analyst, CoStar Group
  • Marshall Boyd, President, Interstate Equities
  • Ziv Cohen, President, Resmark Companies
  • Rachel Davidson, Chief Administrative Officer, Alliance Residential
  • Tony Ditteaux, President – Construction, Trammell Crow Residential
  • Jonathan Epstein, Managing Director, BentallGreenOak
  • John Eudy, CIO, Essex Property Trust
  • Kevin Farrell, COO & President, Fifield Realty Corp.
  • Jerry Fink, Managing Partner, Bascom Group
  • Richard Friedman, Managing Director, Greystar
  • Olivia Gougler, Solutions Engineer, G5
  • Paulee Halloran, VP – Asset Management, Wood Partners
  • David Kim, Founder & Managing Principal, Bascom Group
  • Victor MacFarlane, Chariman & CEO, MacFarlane Partners
  • Henry Manoucheri, Chairman & CEO, Universe Holdings
  • John Millham, President, Prometheus Real Estate Group
  • Bill Montgomery, President – Investments, Sares-Regis Group
  • Daniel Nagel, CFO, Decron Properties
  • Steven Oh, SVP – Development, Related California Residential
  • Gregory Pinkalla, CEO, Fairfield Residential
  • Scé Pike, CEO & Founder, IOTAS
  • Edward Ratinoff, Managing Principal, James Investment Partners
  • Jay Rey-Hipolito, VP, Residential, Kilroy Realty Corporation
  • Michael Sorochinsky, Founder & CEO, Cypress Equity Investments
  • Nick Vanderboom, Chief Operating Officer, Related California
  • Percy Vaz, President, AMCAL
  • Sue Vickery, Managing Director, Trammell Crow Residential
  • Roger Vincent, Reporter, LA Times
  • Heather Wallace, SVP, SARES-REGIS Group

Who Attends

Each year over 500 attend from organizations such as the following multifamily owners, investors and developers.

Past attending companies include:

  • 5Arch
  • Abner Company
  • Advent Properties
  • AFCO
  • AMCAL Multi-Housing
  • Ares
  • Arixa Capital
  • Armor Capital
  • AvalonBay Communities
  • Baks Investments
  • Bascom Group
  • Benedict Canyon Equities
  • Berkshire Group
  • BlackRock
  • Bridge Investment Group
  • Brixmor Property Group
  • Brookfield
  • Bueno Group
  • California Landmark
  • Canfield Development
  • Carmel Partners
  • CGI Strategies
  • Champion Real Estate Company
  • Citigroup
  • Clarion Partners
  • Clement Capital
  • Cowley Real Estate Partners
  • CVG Properties
  • Decron Properties
  • Diamond Hills Realty
  • Dinerstein Companies
  • Domuso
  • Dunleer Group
  • Equassure
  • Equity Residential
  • Eris Development
  • Fairfield Residential
  • Fifield Companies
  • Forest City Enterprises
  • FPA Multifamily
  • Gelt
  • Gibraltar Investment Partners
  • Glaser Family Properties
  • Hanover
  • Haven Realty Capital
  • Highland Realty Capital
  • Holland Partners
  • Holualoa Companies
  • IDS Real Estate Group
  • Integral Group
  • Interstate Equities
  • JADE Enterprises
  • JPI Companies
  • Kelton Capital
  • Kemper Development Company
  • Key Bridge Capital
  • Keystone Pinnacle
  • Laramar Group
  • Latco Enterprises
  • Legacy Partners
  • Lennar Multifamily
  • Loboda Properties
  • Lockton
  • Luxer One
  • MacFarlane Partners
  • Mack Real Estate Development
  • Majestic Realty
  • Mayer Capital Partners
  • MDT Properties
  • Mesa West Capital
  • MG Properties Group
  • Micropolitan
  • Miramac Capital
  • MJW Investments
  • Monem Corporation
  • NMS Properties
  • NNC Apartment Ventures
  • Nu Urban Residential
  • Pacific Apartment Homes
  • Pacific Urban Residential
  • Partners Capital
  • PeerStreet
  • Phoenix Group
  • Pinnacle Investments
  • Pinyon Group
  • Priya Living
  • Pro Residential
  • Prometheus Real Estate Group
  • Psomas
  • Raintree Partners
  • Red Capital Group
  • Regency Centers
  • Related California
  • Resmark
  • Rockdyne Enterprises
  • Sack Properties
  • Sandstone Properties
  • Sarco Investments
  • Sares Regis Group
  • Seritage Growth Properties
  • Star Building Group
  • StarPoint Properties
  • Steadfast Companies
  • SummerHill Housing Group
  • TCW Group
  • Trammell Crow Residential
  • Trion Properties
  • TruAmerica Multifamily
  • Universe Holdings
  • Urban Land Institute Los Angeles
  • Viceroy Investments
  • VisionWise Capital
  • Watt Companies
  • Western National Group
  • Winstar Properties
  • Wood Partners

Conference Chairs

Marcus & Millichap

Founded in 1971, Marcus & Millichap is a leading commercial real estate brokerage firm focusing exclusively on investment sales, financing, research, and advisory services, with close to 2,000 investment sales and financing professionals in over 80 offices throughout the United States and Canada. The firm has perfected a powerful property marketing system that integrates broker specialization by property type and market area; the industry’s most comprehensive investment research; a long-standing culture of information sharing; relationships with the largest pool of qualified investors; and state-of-the-art technology matching buyers and sellers. In 2018, the firm closed nearly 10,000 transactions with a sales volume of approximately $46.4 billion.

IPA

Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) is a unique platform created to support the needs of institutional and sophisticated private investors. IPA is centered around a select national network of institutionally qualified brokerage professionals and supported by a robust technology platform and highly regarded research. IPA’s unique combination of real estate investment expertise, industry-leading technology, superior support services and acclaimed research will offer customized solutions for the acquisition and disposition of institutional multifamily properties and portfolios.

Who Sponsors

Sponsors of the Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southern California are typically industry vendors and service providers looking to secure new business from medium to large sized multifamily and/or office portfolio operators.

Past sponsors include:

Allen Matkins
Archway Capital
Banc of California
biproxi
Bright Power
Civic
Columbia Pacific
EBI Consulting
ETS
G5
Groupe Selection
IOTAS
Insurent
Jetty
Juniper Square
jurny
Kastle Systems
Lone Oak Fund
Luther Burbank
NV5
Onyx Relocation
ParkPlus
PGIM
Private Mortgage Fund
redIQ
RentlyKeyless
Repli
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