7TH ANNUAL TRI-STATE INSTITUTIONAL FORUM

March 27, 2019 | USA

The 7th Annual Tri-State Institutional Forum is a local peer to peer educational meeting exclusively for the Tri-State's institutional investor community.The forum's agenda was developed through extensive local travel and feedback from the institutional investor community including executive directors, chief investment officers, senior finance and investment staff, general counsels and trustees representing institutional asset owners across public and corporate pension plans, endowments, foundations, insurance portfolios, healthcare plans, and investment consultants.

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2022 Housing Forecast

March 3-4, 2022 | USA

2021 was another challenging year for our state and nation. The coronavirus pandemic was ongoing, our industry experienced an increasing shortage of building materials and costs continued to climb, and the construction workforce shortage all contributed to uncertainty in the markets and industry. Dr. Gaines, one of the nation’s most respected housing economists, will bring us his housing forecast for 2022.

PropTech Pitch Night

March 4-5, 2022 | USA

In the recent decades, PropTech i.e. Property Technology emerged as a facilitator for an increasing demand and supply of real estate services and products. The Startup Club is happy to invite you to the PropTech Pitch Night property startups to industry-specific advisors and investors while providing opportunities for the general participants to interact.

Commercial Property Law Update 2022

June 15, 2022 | UK

The demand for increased flexibility in lease terms means tenants are looking to change use, carry out alterations and share occupation, as well as looking to negotiate pandemic clauses, recast rental arrangements, vary term lengths and rethink the extent of their demise. Both the lawyer documenting any lease variations and the agent negotiating heads of terms need to be aware of the potential for serious problems to be created, such as conferring security of tenure, adverse impact on rent review, and additional SDLT liability, and be able to structure deals so as to avoid them. Not all lease variations are easily identified as such Guarantors and former tenants may be released from obligations Clarity is needed as to the position of successors in title Revised rental arrangements will have an impact on other lease terms Incorporating lease terms by reference in supplemental leases requires a sharp eye for detail

Inman Connect Las Vegas

August 3-5, 2022 | USA

Real Estate's New Frontier The real estate industry is evolving and it’s never been more challenging to keep up. Let’s chart the course of what comes next together in this 3 day exploration and celebration of the glorious, complicated, rapidly evolving real estate marketplace. Join agents, brokers, executives, tech and finance professionals, entrepreneurs and investors, and more at Inman Connect Las Vegas as we sort through the noise and ignite the evolution, together.