Southeast Multifamily Online Conference Videos

We are in unprecedented times. The state of the market 12 months ago seems like a bygone era. Last year, the Southeast was responsible for the majority of national job growth. In 2020, we are faced with a global pandemic, social unrest and massive unemployment. And yet, reopenings are in full swing across the region. Developers are itching to get their pipelines restarted, while investors sit on the sidelines with piles of cash waiting to see how things will play out. How are these factors impacting the apartment industry across the Southeast?

Wednesday, July 8

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Thursday, July 9

Next Stage: Multifamily Development, Construction & Design across the Southeast

The COVID crisis has slowed down the development pipeline and permitting for many organizations, allowing projects underway to catch up on the workload. Fortunately, construction has been deemed an essential service, and in some cases, new areas of cost savings have started to emerge. However, the slow down in the pre-development flow doesn’t help a market where there was already a gap between supply and demand. How are developers, designers and construction executives changing how they do their work today?

Friday, July 10

To the Rescue: Property Management Innovation in a Time of Crisis

With Georgia and other states across the Southeast beginning to re-open, multifamily operators are moving to the next stage of managing properties amid the Coronavirus pandemic. New plans and action steps are emerging, and this session seeks to bring to the surface what multifamily operators are seeing and doing at this time, as well as how technology and innovation can be used to solve specific pain points.

Wednesday, July 15

New Reality: Capital Markets for Multifamily Deals in the Southeast

In the spring, the pandemic derailed most deals, with only the most motivated of sellers proceeding to close. Meanwhile, equity sources largely pulled back waiting to see how the pandemic, unemployment and reopenings will affect rent payments, rent levels and occupancy rates, among other key metrics. Now that we’ve seen that rent collections are much better than feared, buyers are re-entering the market, driving new deals forward, some at discounts and some at or above pre-COVID prices. Lenders as well are starting to re-engage at acceptable LTVs. What’s next for multifamily capital markets, and will there be special opportunities created by the pandemic? Join this special online panel to learn more about the state of capital markets, both debt and equity for multifamily deals across the Southeast.

Thursday, July 16

Everything Has Changed: Adapting Value-Add Strategies

Class C properties have been hit hardest by unemployment and non-payment of rent, while Class A properties have thus far been unscathed, although a prolonged period of economic depression could change that. The typical Value-Add strategy involves buying up B and C properties and upgrading them, if not to Class A, at least to a higher quality product that attracts higher paying tenants. How has the pandemic changed all that, and what is the outlook for the value-add rehab model?

SMOC 2020
Southeast Multifamily Online Conference 2020 Agenda

July 7 – July 16, 2020

Schedule of Online Sessions

Week One:

Tuesday, July 7

1:00 PM ET – 2:00 PM ET

Survival Kit: The Outlook for the Southeast Apartments Market

We are in unprecedented times. The state of the market 12 months ago seems like a bygone era. Last year, the Southeast was responsible for the majority of national job growth. In 2020, we are faced with a global pandemic, social unrest and massive unemployment. And yet, reopenings are in full swing across the region. Developers are itching to get their pipelines restarted, while investors sit on the sidelines with piles of cash waiting to see how things will play out. How are these factors impacting the apartment industry across the Southeast?

  • How have rental rates, rent payments and occupancy held up since March?
  • How is unemployment affecting the outlook for the apartment industry in the Southeast?
  • Which metro areas across the region are suddenly more attractive in light of the pandemic?
  • Where is development restarting and what can we expect in light of reopenings?
  • How has the current situation affected construction costs, availability and timelines?
  • In what ways has the pandemic created new opportunities for distressed deals and projects?

2:15 PM ET – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Wednesday, July 8

8:30 AM ET – 10:00 AM ET

Private Roundtable for Multifamily Operations Leaders

This 90-minute online session is exclusive to multifamily operations leaders. Participants thus far include operations leaders from Atlantic Pacific Companies, CastleGate Property Group, Greystar, Lincoln Property Company, LIV Development, MACC Capital Equity Fund, Phoenix Residential Group, Pinnacle, Preferred Apartment Communities and Radius Properties.

This is an invite-only session. Contact Ryan Slack if you are interested in participating.

1:00 PM ET – 2:00 PM ET

New Reality: Capital Markets for Multifamily Deals in the Southeast

In the spring, the pandemic has derailed most deals, with only the most motivated of sellers proceeding to close. Meanwhile, equity sources largely pulled back waiting to see how the pandemic, unemployment and reopenings will affect rent payments, rent levels and occupancy rates, among other key metrics. Now that we’ve seen that rent collections are much better than feared, buyers are re-entering the market, driving new deals forward, some at discounts and some at or above pre-COVID prices. Lenders as well are starting to re-engage at acceptable LTVs. What’s next for multifamily capital markets, and will there be special opportunities created by the pandemic? Join this special online panel to learn more about the state of capital markets, both debt and equity for multifamily deals across the Southeast.

  • How have deal terms and underwriting changed due to the pandemic?
  • How are banks and other lenders adjusting their LTVs and covenants?
  • Which equity investors are actively investing in deals right now?
  • Which types of deals have fallen out of favor and which are on the rise?
  • What unique opportunities has the current situation created for equity investors?

2:15 PM ET – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Thursday, July 9

1:00 PM ET – 2:00 PM ET

The Next Stage of Multifamily Development, Construction & Design across the Southeast

The COVID crisis has laid bare some structural issues and new found risks, such as dependence upon China for materials, dependence upon immigrants in construction jobs, as well as the hazards of viral infection as a newly emerged construction safety issue. While the pandemic may have caused delays, it doesn’t appear to have helped an industry where costs were already soaring in recent years. How are developers, designers and construction executives changing how they do their work today?

  • How has the pandemic and resulting unemployment rate affected development plans going forward?
  • What impact has the crisis had on construction projects, labor and costs?
  • How is materials sourcing changing in light of the current situation?
  • In what ways has COVID changed the designs and materials choices on future apartment properties?
  • If personal car usage goes up due to Coronavirus, how does that change the calculus on parking?
  • What new opportunities have emerged from the crisis?

2:15 PM ET – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Friday, July 10

4:00 PM ET – 5:00 PM ET

Southeast Multifamily Happy Hour

Bring your favorite beverage for a large group networking function to finish up the week. Limited to 80 participants, this special structured networking function is intended to create a bit of fun before heading into the weekend.

Week Two:

Tuesday, July 14

1:00 PM ET – 2:00 PM ET

Property Management Technology and Innovation in a Time of Crisis

With Georgia and other states across the Southeast beginning to re-open, multifamily operators are moving to the next stage of managing properties amid the Coronavirus pandemic. New plans and action steps are emerging, and this session seeks to bring to the surface what multifamily operators are seeing and doing at this time, as well as how technology and innovation can be used to solve specific pain points:

  • Rent collections and economically vacant / physically occupied units
  • Occupancy and leasing trends, activity and strategies to minimize vacancy
  • Touch-less leasing, smart buildings and remote management tools
  • Mortgage payment forbearance opportunities and roadblocks
  • Property tax savings opportunities in light of valuation changes
  • Tactics to procure PPE and maintain a reliable pipeline of equipment
  • Putting together reopening plans for your portfolio / property

2:15 PM ET – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Wednesday, July 15

8:30 AM ‐ 10:00 AM ET

Private Roundtable for Multifamily Development Leaders

This 90-minute online session is exclusive to multifamily development leaders. Participants thus far include operations leaders from Beach Company, Bristol Development Group, Crescent Communities, Crown Holdings, Daniel Corporation, Fairfield Residential, Hathaway Development, Lennar Multifamily, Preferred Apartment Communities and Southeast Capital Companies.

This is an invite-only session. Contact Ryan Slack if you are interested in participating.

Thursday, July 16

1:00 PM ET – 2:00 PM ET

Adapting Value-Add Strategies to the New Reality

Class C properties have been hit hardest by unemployment and non-payment of rent, while Class A properties have thus far been unscathed, although a prolonged period of economic depression could change that. The typical Value-Add strategy involves buying up B and C properties and upgrading them, if not to Class A, at least to a higher quality product that attracts higher paying tenants. How has the pandemic changed all that, and what is the outlook for the value-add rehab model?

  • How are the buyers finding and funding new deals in the Southeast today?
  • In what ways has the risk profile of acquiring older properties changed?
  • How has the pandemic affected value-add construction projects?
  • Will we see a wave of distressed selling and, if so, how big will it be?
  • How has the crisis changed the rehab business plan? Are social amenities now less valued?
  • Which technologies suddenly make a lot more sense to incorporate into refurbished properties?

2:15 PM ET – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

SMOC 2020
Southeast Multifamily Online Conference 2020 Agenda

July 7 – July 16, 2020

Schedule of Online Sessions

Week One:

Tuesday, July 7, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

Survival Kit: The Outlook for the Southeast Apartments Market

We are in unprecedented times. The state of the market 12 months ago seems like a bygone era. Last year, the Southeast was responsible for the majority of national job growth. In 2020, we are faced with a global pandemic, social unrest and massive unemployment. And yet, reopenings are in full swing across the region. Developers are itching to get their pipelines restarted, while investors sit on the sidelines with piles of cash waiting to see how things will play out. How are these factors impacting the apartment industry across the Southeast?

  • How have rental rates, rent payments and occupancy held up since March?
  • How is unemployment affecting the outlook for the apartment industry in the Southeast?
  • Which metro areas across the region are suddenly more attractive in light of the pandemic?
  • Where is development restarting and what can we expect in light of reopenings?
  • How has the current situation affected construction costs, availability and timelines?
  • In what ways has the pandemic created new opportunities for distressed deals and projects?

Moderator:

  • John Leonard, FVP – Regional Manager, Atlanta Marcus & Millichap

Panelists:

  • Johnson Bazzel, Senior Partner, Middle Street Partners
  • Chris Boone, Associate Principal, Lessard Design
  • Christopher Finlay, Managing Partner, Middleburg Communities
  • Brian Oates, Executive MD – Development, Rangewater

Tuesday, July 7, 2:15 PM – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Wednesday, July 8, 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM ET

Private Roundtable for Multifamily Operations Leaders

This 90-minute online session is exclusive to multifamily operations leaders. Participants thus far include operations leaders from Atlantic Pacific Companies, CastleGate Property Group, Greystar, Lincoln Property Company, LIV Development, MACC Capital Equity Fund, Phoenix Residential Group, Pinnacle, Preferred Apartment Communities and Radius Properties.

This is an invite-only session. Contact Ryan Slack if you are interested in participating.

Wednesday, July 8, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

New Reality: Capital Markets for Multifamily Deals in the Southeast

In the spring, the pandemic has derailed most deals, with only the most motivated of sellers proceeding to close. Meanwhile, equity sources largely pulled back waiting to see how the pandemic, unemployment and reopenings will affect rent payments, rent levels and occupancy rates, among other key metrics. Now that we’ve seen that rent collections are much better than feared, buyers are re-entering the market, driving new deals forward, some at discounts and some at or above pre-COVID prices. Lenders as well are starting to re-engage at acceptable LTVs. What’s next for multifamily capital markets, and will there be special opportunities created by the pandemic? Join this special online panel to learn more about the state of capital markets, both debt and equity for multifamily deals across the Southeast.

  • How have deal terms and underwriting changed due to the pandemic?
  • How are banks and other lenders adjusting their LTVs and covenants?
  • Which equity investors are actively investing in deals right now?
  • Which types of deals have fallen out of favor and which are on the rise?
  • What unique opportunities has the current situation created for equity investors?

Moderator:

  • Richard Katzenstein, SVP & National Director, Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation

Panelists:

  • Tony Azar, Chief Executive Officer, Macc Venture Partners
  • Ben Colonomos, Principal, PointOne Holdings
  • Larry Perry, VP – Loan Originations, Parkview Financial

Wednesday, July 8, 2:15 PM – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Thursday, July 9, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

The Next Stage of Multifamily Development, Construction & Design across the Southeast

The COVID crisis has laid bare some structural issues and new found risks, such as dependence upon China for materials, dependence upon immigrants in construction jobs, as well as the hazards of viral infection as a newly emerged construction safety issue. While the pandemic may have caused delays, it doesn’t appear to have helped an industry where costs were already soaring in recent years. How are developers, designers and construction executives changing how they do their work today?

  • How has the pandemic and resulting unemployment rate affected development plans going forward?
  • What impact has the crisis had on construction projects, labor and costs?
  • How is materials sourcing changing in light of the current situation?
  • In what ways has COVID changed the designs and materials choices on future apartment properties?
  • If personal car usage goes up due to Coronavirus, how does that change the calculus on parking?
  • What new opportunities have emerged from the crisis?

Panelists:

  • Melissa Spaeth Banko, Principal & Owner, Banko Design
  • Brendan Barr, Managing Partner, OneStreet Residential
  • Fred Kay, SVP – Development, StreetLights Residential
  • Clay Landers, Chief Construction Officer, Cortland
  • Katherine Mosley, Principal – Development, TriBridge Residential

Thursday, July 9, 2:15 PM – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Friday, July 10, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET

Southeast Multifamily Happy Hour

Bring your favorite beverage for a large group networking function to finish up the week. Limited to 80 participants, this special structured networking function is intended to create a bit of fun before heading into the weekend.

Week Two:

Tuesday, July 14, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

Property Management Technology and Innovation in a Time of Crisis

With Georgia and other states across the Southeast beginning to re-open, multifamily operators are moving to the next stage of managing properties amid the Coronavirus pandemic. New plans and action steps are emerging, and this session seeks to bring to the surface what multifamily operators are seeing and doing at this time, as well as how technology and innovation can be used to solve specific pain points:

  • Rent collections and economically vacant / physically occupied units
  • Occupancy and leasing trends, activity and strategies to minimize vacancy
  • Touch-less leasing, smart buildings and remote management tools
  • Mortgage payment forbearance opportunities and roadblocks
  • Property tax savings opportunities in light of valuation changes
  • Tactics to procure PPE and maintain a reliable pipeline of equipment
  • Putting together reopening plans for your portfolio / property

Panelists:

  • Mike Brewer, Chief Operating Officer, Radco Residential
  • Melanie French, President – Property Management, DLP Real Estate Capital
  • Jeffrey Graham, Managing Partner, The Graham Group
  • Lisa Gunderson, VP – Asset Management, Bristol Development Group
  • Blake Mille, Chief Executive Officer, Homebase
  • Joel Sasser, VP – Multifamily Asset Management, Stockbridge Capital

Tuesday, July 14, 2:15 PM – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Wednesday, July 15, 8:30 AM ‐ 10:00 AM ET

Private Roundtable for Multifamily Development Leaders

This 90-minute online session is exclusive to multifamily development leaders. Participants thus far include operations leaders from Beach Company, Bristol Development Group, Crescent Communities, Crown Holdings, Daniel Corporation, Fairfield Residential, Hathaway Development, Lennar Multifamily, Preferred Apartment Communities and Southeast Capital Companies.

This is an invite-only session. Contact Ryan Slack if you are interested in participating.

Thursday, July 16, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

Adapting Value-Add Strategies to the New Reality

Class C properties have been hit hardest by unemployment and non-payment of rent, while Class A properties have thus far been unscathed, although a prolonged period of economic depression could change that. The typical Value-Add strategy involves buying up B and C properties and upgrading them, if not to Class A, at least to a higher quality product that attracts higher paying tenants. How has the pandemic changed all that, and what is the outlook for the value-add rehab model?

  • How are the buyers finding and funding new deals in the Southeast today?
  • In what ways has the risk profile of acquiring older properties changed?
  • How has the pandemic affected value-add construction projects?
  • Will we see a wave of distressed selling and, if so, how big will it be?
  • How has the crisis changed the rehab business plan? Are social amenities now less valued?
  • Which technologies suddenly make a lot more sense to incorporate into refurbished properties?

Moderator:

  • Kevin Caiaccio, Managing Attorney, Caiaccio Law Firm

Panelists:

  • Jared Chassen, Partner, Arch Companies
  • Matt Ferrari, Co-CIO & East Coast Asset Management, TruAmerica Multifamily
  • Melanie Gersper, Chief Operating Officer, Asia Capital Real Estate
  • Jeff Rosenfeld, EVP & CBDO, Adivo Construction
  • Todd Williams, Chief Investment Officer, Grubb Properties

Thursday, July 16, 2:15 PM – 2:45 PM ET

Group Networking / Table Topics

GreenPearl is organizing a small number of group networking functions around specific topics. These 30-minute sessions will be held online via group video chat, and each session will be limited in attendance to allow for a productive experience. Details of which topics are still to be decided based on attendee feedback. Express your interest in the registration form.

Conference Chair

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.

2020 Online Conference Sponsors

Banko Design
Brownlee Whitlow & Praet
Caiaccio Law Firm
ETS
Fetch
The Graham Group
Italkraft
Jetty
Lessard Design
Parkview Financial

Venue Details

Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum:
Southeast

Thursday, September 10, 2020
7:30 AM ‐ 3:00 PM

Venue:
Loudermilk Conference Center
Atlanta
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Get Involved in 2020!

Samantha Williams
Event Director
sam@greenpearlevents.com

The Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southeast hosts between 300 and 450 of the Southeast region’s most prominent developers, investors, owners and operators. This event offers the opportunity to discuss the future of one of the strongest real estate and commercial markets in the country.

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.

The fourth annual Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum: Southeast was held in Atlanta, will take an in-depth look at some of the region’s most important developments as well as investment strategies in a competitive market. Last year, we were proud to have keynote speaker, national and local legend, Egbert Perry, CEO & Chairman, The Integral Group and current Chairman of Fannie Mae.

Check out the recap from the event and see more pictures here.

Who Speaks

Speakers at the Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southeast are typically senior executives and company leaders who own, invest and/or develop multifamily properties in the greater region, as well as a curated selection of industry leaders from organizations that impact the industry.

Past Keynote Speakers

Daniel DuPree

Daniel DuPree
Chairman
Preferred Apartment Communities

Dennis Lockhart

Dennis Lockhart
Former President
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Hessam Nadji

Hessam Nadji
President & CEO
Marcus & Millichap

Egbert Perry

Egbert Perry
Chairman & CEO
Integral Group

Mark Toro

Mark Toro
Managing Partner
North American Properties

  • Ari Abramson, VP – Acquisitions, Continental Realty Corp.
  • Mike Aiken, Director – Investments, Bell Partners
  • Tony Azar, Chief Executive Officer, Macc Venture Partners
  • Marvin Banks, Co-Founder & President, M. Banks Realty Partners
  • Jimmy Baugnon, President, ECI group
  • Paul Bertozzi, Managing Partner, Live Oak Contracting
  • Mike Brewer, Chief Operating Officer, Radco Residential
  • Kyle Brock, Managing Director, Crescent Communities
  • Alysha Buck, Project Manager, Cooper Carry
  • Kim Bucklew, Managing Director, Alliance Residential
  • Chris Burns, SVP, Lincoln Property Company
  • Kevin Caiaccio, Partner, Caiaccio Law Firm
  • Steve Carlson, SVP – Debt Capital Markets, Waterton
  • Holly Casper, VP – Operations, Rivergate KW Residential
  • Jay Clark, CEO & Founder, Southeast Capital Companies
  • Cyrus Claffey, CEO, ButterflyMX
  • Ben Colonomos, Principal, PointOne Holdings
  • George Connell, Partner, Castlegate Property Group
  • Chad DuBeau, Senior Managing Director, Mill Creek Residential
  • Daniel Eller, President & CEO, Eller Capital Partners
  • Jack Fiorella, President & CEO, Equity Resources
  • Thomas Flournoy, President & COO, Flournoy Development
  • Melanie French, President – Property Management, DLP Real Estate
  • Melanie Gersper, Chief Operating Officer, Asia Capital Real Estate
  • Lisa Gunderson, VP – Asset Management, Bristol Development
  • Eric Hade, Chief Development Officer, Waypoint Residential
  • David Hanchrow, CIO, Bristol Development
  • Harris Haston, Principal & Co-Founder, Carter-Haston Real Estate
  • Nick Hathaway, Partner & Director, Hathaway Development
  • Sharon Hatfield, President, CF Real Estate Services
  • Tim Keane, Commissioner – City Planning, City of Atlanta
  • Alan King, President, Berkshire Communities
  • Whit Lanier, Sr. Director – B2B Marketing Products, RentPath
  • Al Lindemann, Managing Partner, FCA Partners
  • Greg Mark, SVP, Pinnacle
  • Paul Mashni, CEO, PEM Real Estate Group
  • JoAnn McInnis, VP – Client Services, Carlyn & Company
  • Stephen McClure, President & COO, Spectrum Companies
  • Lee McNeer, Principal, PGIM
  • Jenifer Mills, President, HFC Interiors
  • Ryan Millsap, CEO, Irinda Capital Management
  • Katherine Mosley, Principal – Development, TriBridge Residential
  • Peter Pappas, CEO, Terwilliger Pappas
  • Phil Pitney, President – Real Estate Management, PRP
  • Norman Radow, CEO, Radco
  • Jim Schroder, Partner & CFO, TriBridge Residential
  • Melissa Spaeth Banko, Principal & Owner, Banko Design
  • Nellie Sullivan, Partner, Womble Bond Dickenson
  • Wesley Taubel, Co-Founder & Partner, TWO Capital Partners
  • Scott D. Zwilling, Principal, Spirit Investment Partners

Who Sponsors

Sponsors of the Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: Southeast are typically industry vendors, professionals and service providers looking to secure new business from multifamily owners, investors and developers.

Adivo Construction
Ascent
Banko Design
Brownlee Whitlow & Praet
ButterflyMX
Caiaccio Law Firm
Carlyn and Company
CherryBekaert
Cooper Carry
ETS
Fetch
The Graham Group
Homebase
HFC Interiors
Italkraft
Jetty
Katerra
Lessard Design
Live Oak Contracting
Parkview Financial
PEM
PGIM
redIQ
RentPath
Repli
RKW
Womble Bond Dickinson

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Samantha Williams
Event Director
sam@greenpearlevents.com

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