Freddie Mac, Essex Property Trust, Braddock and Logan Join Northern California Apartment Summit -- 9/30

Burgeoning San Francisco, Silicon Valley, East Bay and North Bay Markets in Focus: Network with the Most Active Multifamily Firms

SAN FRANCISCO, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --  Attendance is building for Northern California's premier multifamily real estate conference, The Northern California Apartment Summit. More than 350 of the most active investors, owners, operators, developers, equity sources, debt sources and technology firms will attend the summit on September 30 at The City Club of San Francisco for vital discussion, debate and networking.

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Due to a rapid recovery in macro-economic conditions, combined with the region's robust technology sector, San Francisco and Northern California multifamily markets are attracting the myriad of investment sources, including: institutional firms, middle-market players and emerging multifamily owners/operators.

What is the state of Northern California's employment? What firms are hiring, where and what submarkets are witnessing the emergence of new renters in the myriad of multifamily units? What is the role of institutional investors in Northern California? How active are institutional investors in 2014 and how have they changed the landscape of the region's multifamily industry? Will institutional investors continue to become more active in Northern California and national multifamily markets? From the investors' perspectives, will macro-economic conditions benefit national and regional multifamily markets for the remainder of 2014?

** Learn more and network with the most active firms on September 30. **

> For additional information, including detailed agenda and registration: http://cre-events.com/norcalmf2014/

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 ** Northern California Multifamily Investor Round-Up **Hear New Information and Gain Access to the Most Active Firms & New Buyers

* Tony Brettkelly, Senior Vice President, Latitude 38 Group

* J. Scott Croul, Managing Director of Production and Sales – Western Region Multifamily Division, Freddie Mac

* Noah E. Hochman, Senior Managing Director, Acquisitions, TruAmerica Multifamily, LLC     

* Alan Mark, President and Founding Partner, The Mark Company     

* Alfred V. Pace, President & CEO, Pacific Urban Residential     

* Michael Stein, Principal, Pensam Capital

* John D. Eudy, Executive Vice President – Development, Essex Property Trust, Inc.

* David Lee, Manager – Real Estate Investments, Braddock and Logan

* Jaime Zadra, Principal, Prudential Financial

** Agenda Coverage *** A New Peak? What is the State of Northern California's Multifamily Market: Analysis of Investment Sales Volume & Market Fundamentals* Debt, Equity & Alternative Capital Sources: The Future of Interest Rates, and Analysis of the Myriad of Financing Strategies and Key Differences Between Traditional Banks and Emerging Solutions* Multifamily Institutional Investment Perspective: Investors with $200 Million and More in Assets Under Management Discuss their Acquisitions Outlook & Exit Strategies* Multifamily "Middle Market" Investment Perspective: Formidable-and Growing-Investors with $25-$200 Million in AUM Discuss Strategies* New Funds, New Neighborhoods: What are the Emerging San Francisco Markets Poised to See New Rental Growth?* New Construction, Development & Condo Conversions: Are Developers Breaking Ground on New Projects and How are Opportunities Playing out in the Condo Conversions Market?* Equity, Equity and Equity: A Practical Discussion of Securing Equity for New Investment or Development, and How These Deals are Structured* California Political Measures, Taxes & Tax Incentives: Analysis of the Impact on Commercial Real Estate    > For additional information, including detailed agenda and registration:

http://cre-events.com/norcalmf2014/

 

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** Networking & New Business Development ** 500+ senior-level commercial real estate and service providers firms are expected to attend this full-day market intelligence and networking event. Event space is limited — register today.  As of July 18, executives from the following firms have already made plans to attend:

* Association of Bay Area Governments

* Braddock and Logan

* CapRate Events

* Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank

* DCI Construction

* Encore Funds

* Essex Property Trust

* Freddie Mac

* Greystar

* HydroPoint Data Systems – WeatherTRAK

* JB Matteson, Inc.

* Latitide 38 Group

* Newmark Realty Capital, Inc.

* Pacific Urban Residential

* Pensam Capital

* Prudential Financial

* TCA Architects

* The Mark Company

* TruAmerica Multifamily, LLC

> For additional information, including detailed agenda and registration:

http://cre-events.com/norcalmf2014/

 

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** RAISE AWARENESS WITH THE NATIONAL MULTIFAMILY INVESTMENT SERIES ** Sponsorship, exhibiting and speaking opportunities are available

Event Speaker/Sponsor/ Exhibitor Contact: Brian Klebash | 917-460-3572 | info@cre-events.com

Telephone Registration/Questions: Ronnie Niederman | 212-873-3484

Conference Organizer Testimonials:

"Thanks for the great event and magnificent panel… I truly enjoyed." — Stuart Z. Koperweis, Economic Development & Revitalization, Millennium Strategies

"I sincerely wanted to thank you both for first informing me about then allowing me to attend and participate in such a great event and panel. I learned a great deal from the terrific expert panels that were there. Thank you again." — Vivek Singh, Vice President of Operations, CVV Development & Construction

Media Contact: Brian Klebash, CAPRATE Events, LLC, 6175016075, info@cre-events.com

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