Making Sense of Multifamily Finance: March 14

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About the Event

Apartment markets continue cooling off this year after a long bull run. Moderating rent growth, rising vacancies, and slower loan originations all set the stage. Buyers, sellers, and lenders are sorting through price discovery at a time when higher capital costs and the impacts of slowing economic growth bring uncertainty and capital markets volatility, particularly for floating rate loan maturities. What factors will drive transaction volumes and new loan originations in the coming year? How will distress play out if at all in multifamily sectors and markets? Join MBA Education and multifamily executives as they share their views on these issues which are playing out in the context of continued affordability challenges that have garnered significant attention across the country even as rent growth has cooled in many markets.


Thursday, March 14 (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET)


• Evaluate performance, transaction dynamics
• Discuss growth projections and constraints
• Identify opportunities and challenges

Experience Level

• Entry-Level
• Intermediate
• Advanced

Target Audience

• Originators
• Underwriters
• Servicers
• All CREF Professionals


• Moderator: Victor Calanog, Managing Director, Global Head of Research and Strategy, Manulife Investment Management
• Kim Betancourt, Vice President, Economics and Multifamily Research, Fannie Mae
• Lu Chen, Director – Senior Economist, Moody’s Analytics
• Patrick McQuinn, Senior Director CMBS, KBRA