To compete with new development players, savvy investors are always looking for new strategies to identify and enhance potential assets. Value-add options are becoming less visible and finding high-yield opportunities that deliver the greatest results can be challenging. On May 7th, multifamily industry leaders will discuss how investors can adapt their value-add strategies to maximize returns at the Multifamily Forum: SouthEast 2020 sponsored in part by Caiaccio Law Firm.
CLF Founder and Managing Attorney Kevin Caiaccio will be moderating a panel of experts to discuss High Hanging Fruit: Adapting Value-Add Strategies to Maximize Returns. The panel will include industry leaders from Adivo Construction, Arch Companies, Asia Real Estate Capital, Grubb Properties and TruAmerica Multifamily.
- How are the major players capitalizing and finding deals in the Southeast?
- How can we gain more from existing assets?
- What are the latest strategies for amenities, maintenance, and staffing?
- What kind of benchmarks should be in place relative to the region’s different dynamics?
- Which technologies, third-party services, and apps should you consider?
- How does risk and reward compare between value-add and new build, today in this part of the country?
For the past 6 years, more than 350 multifamily owners, developers, and investors gather for the Multifamily Forum: SouthEast. Key issues include supply and demand outlook for apartments across the Southeast, under-served submarkets, demographic trends, suburban versus urban opportunities, new technology, and innovations in management, active capital sources for debt and equity financing, value add strategies, and more.
Registration is now open for the 2020 Forum hosted at the Loudermilk Conference Center in Atlanta, GA. Contact Kevin Caiaccio via email at email@example.com for a 25% discount off your ticket price or register online here.
About the author
Melanie Tate is a J.D. candidate at Emory University School of Law. Melanie earned her B.A. in literature from Louisiana State University. She is a 2019 – 2020 legal intern at Caiaccio Law Firm.