Automating commercial real estate ‘back end’ tasks is a major objective for running the enterprise efficiently and freeing up important resources for strategic planning and catalyzed innovation. This series kicks off with a deep dive into the digital infrastructure of most commercial real estate companies. It continues with reviewing opportunities for investment management automation and introduces proven use cases of process automation in commercial and corporate projects. Thought leaders from some of the most automated real estate organizations in our market share insights on their integration initiatives and talk about the challenges and benefits of their own process automation projects.
When evaluating ‘back end’ automation opportunities there are many options for increased efficiency and enhanced business insight through data integration, normalization and interaction. This session addresses the best opportunities for automating ‘back end’ processes such as leasing, AP/AR, budgeting and forecasting, document management and others.
The Booming US and World Economies, Jobs, Inflation, Unemployment, Consumer Confidence Can they support more growth? What to expect in 2019, and beyond. The Looming Impact of Rising Rates including how many interest rate hikes are likely in 2019 and when the shockwaves will hit real estate the hardest. This is an important consideration for making buy, hold, and sell decisions. The Story of Apartment Trends in 10 Dynamic Charts Why does workforce housing rent growth continue to be far above both the 10 year and the 30 year trend lines, this late in the cycle? Best Cities in the US for Real Estate in 2019 Single Family, Multifamily and New Development. Top picks from Forbes, Realtor.com and Yardi.
The Real Estate CPA
CEO of The Real Estate Estate CPA, Brandon Hall and attorney Ron Rohde bring you a special webinar where you'll hear how a CPA and attorney analyze deals for their clients. They will walk you through the tax and legal pitfalls at each stage of the life cycle of a real estate deal from pre-acquisition to sale, and how to avoid them.
Hunt Mortgage Group
“Preserving and Recapitalizing Low Income Housing Tax Credit and Affordable Housing.” Topics covered include Low Income Housing Tax Credit housing coming to the end of the compliance period, housing produced under retired Federal housing production programs, and older properties that are in dire need of recapitalization. Obtaining equity and debt financing, exiting and reconfiguring partnerships, and staying competitive in marketplaces, are discussed. Bonus Q&A session at the end addresses questions from the audience.