DATE: May 13-14, 2013
LOCATION: Four Seasons Resort & Spa, Dallas
Monday, May 13, 2013
Join us for the 6th Annual RealShare COLLEGE CUP on May 13th.This year’s cup serves as the unofficial kick-off to the 6th Annual RealShare STUDENT HOUSING. Come decked in your college colors and get ready to network with 20 of the leading student housing executives. Registration is at first come, first serve basis – so be sure to take advantage of this exclusive networking opportunity ASAP! Cost per player is $249/person
Takes place at the Cottonwood Course at the Four Seasons
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Join the leaders of the student housing industry as they candidly discuss the most topical issues.
Debt and equity experts will address what the capital stack looks like in student housing. They will explore what capital is available to complete deals, whether institutional investors find student housing appealing, what local banks are doing, what the private equity sector thinks, where cap rates will go and much more.
11:30am - 12:20pm
Update on the growing international Student Housing market and the opportunities that are available in new markets. Hear from who’s active, where they’re looking, and why.
Whether it’s a tweet, some sort of concession like a free iPod, events or advertising on-campus, the race to fill beds is fast-paced and competitive. Find out some of the things that have worked – and haven’t worked in this session on how to lease up your property.
12:20 - 1:10
What are some of the latest deals in student housing and what can you learn from them? Is distressed still a factor? Is there a trend in properties hitting the market? What have been some of the “big wins” in the last year?
Join Real Estate Forum in honoring the pioneers of the Student Housing industry in a special presentation to the early leaders of the industry.
What's the latest with amenities, project scale and the type of development that is rolling out? Are students craving walkable or more surburban areas? This session will review the latest product and talk about the trends you'll see in the next two to five years
Hear from the experts about the need to keep costs down while maintaining amenities, growing occupancy and maintaining leasing.