September 12, 2018
Windermere Real Estate
Williams & Dame
Chief Investment Officer
Jeffrey Shelling Gill
Trinty Parish Church
Seattle Housing Authority
Managing Principal - Real Estate
Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group
Senior Vice President
Partner & President
Hoyt St. Living
Senior Managing Director of the Pacific Northwest
Managing Director - Pacific Northwest
Divisional President Pacific Northwest
President & COO
Hunt Mortgage Group
Principal | Strategist & Facilitator
Johnston Training Group
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Interior Design Principal
VP Regional Manager
MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED
Registration/Breakfast & Coffee/Networking
The Next Push!
Pacific Northwest Markets Multifamily Markets
Affordable and Sustainable Outlook
Solutions to the Housing Crisis
Coffee & Networking
Build Your Team! Connect with a potential equity partner, design partner and a GC!
The New Capital Stack
How are Equity and Debt Being Structured In Your Deals?
Redevelopment and Repositioning
Buying Old, New and Value Adds!
Lunch and Networking
What Pacific Northwest Markets Will Grow & Shrink in 2018 - 2018?
Closing Round Table
How Will Can We Build For The Future? Highest and Best - Use!
BMAC NorCal Special Reception: Drinks, Fun and Laughs
Network, Discuss and Engage
BMAC Pacific Northwest
The Commercial Real Estate industry fared well in 2017 but 2018 is positioned for explosive multifamily & residential growth in many of the Pacific Northwest's hottest markets.
We are seeing regional and local developers make strong plays in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle has been a rising star among the pack. Mike Rosenberg of the Seattle Times writes, "Seattle is an outlier — everywhere else is experiencing growth that’s slightly or moderately above average for that region, while prices here are increasing nearly three times as fast as the historical average." Seattle has garnered significant attention from residential and multifamily debt and equity investors, while markets such as Portland as growing as well.
Portland residential market has grown increasingly tighter in the past few years. New inventory is coming online, however, vacancy rates remain low. Jon Bell of the Portland Business Journal writes, "If you break Portland's inventory down by the number of houses for sale, there were 5,671 active listings in January 2014. That number was 3,518 this past January (2018), according to RMLS." The tight market is forcing developers, realtors and potential homebuyers to consider their options with regard to price, timing and location.
What You'll Learn
1) Hot markets to invest in
2) Approaches to the affordable housing & sustainability
5) Transit implications and regional connectivity
Join us we discuss many of the pressing issues facing the space! For questions please email Jeff.Arthur@bisnow.com!
Bisnow events are known for facilitating deal-making with lots of networking opportunities. Whether you are an owner, developer, manager, broker, lender, supplier, or consultant, your company is a crucial part of the national multifamily market. Bisnow offers many opportunities for you to build good will and raise your company’s profile in this ever-changing industry. You’ll connect with existing and potential customers, partners, distributors, investors and vendors, and have the opportunity to showcase your products and services in front of a large and relevant audience.