The Best Ways to Get Deals Over the Finish Line in Post-Pandemic Uncertainty
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The pandemic has greatly affected the real estate industry over the past two years. Supplying enough affordable housing to meet the growing demand is a national crisis that has only been amplified and exacerbated by the pandemic. Closing affordable deals is increasingly complex, and requires collaboration between multiple stakeholders. Plus, the recent income averaging to capture the “missing middle” has created deep uncertainty in the industry.
Join this complimentary webcast for insight into the most up-to-date information on the real estate industry, including the income averaging debate. You will gain:
- An increased understanding of demand across the country
- Solutions to move deals over the finish line in a complex industry
- New insight to help relieve uncertainty in the real estate industry
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Panelists and Sponsor:
|Stacie Nekus | Team Lead, Equity Investments | KeyBank Community Development Lending & Investments
Stacie specializes in strategic growth in affordable housing and tax-incented investing, leading the Equity Growth Initiative for KeyBank Community Development Capital. During the last 20 years, she has raised in excess of $5 billion in equity to create and preserve affordable housing. Prior to KeyBank, she led capital market divisions for both national for profit and non-profit tax credit syndication firms, specializing in raising and placing equity fund investments by institutional and corporate investors.
|Reginald Fenn | VP | KeyBank, Affordable Housing
Responsible for managing the Community Lending activities in the Southeast, Reginald’s areas of expertise include commercial real estate lending, affordable housing finance, economic and community development and structured finance involving public/private partnerships. Prior to joining KeyBank, he worked for over 20 years managing the Community Lending activities in the Southeast for both Wells Fargo and Bank of America.
|Glenn A. Graff | Attorney| Applegate & Thorne-Thomsen
As head of the firm’s tax group, Glenn concentrates his practice on the development of real estate with the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, Federal Qualified Opportunity Zones, the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit, the Investment Tax Credit for Renewable Energy Property, and state tax credits; the taxation of partnerships and LLCs and not-for-profit organizations and IRS audits of tax credit partnerships. Glenn has also acted as an expert witness relating to tax credit transactions and most recently testified at the public hearing on the Proposed Section 42.
|Matt A. Rieger | President | Housing Trust Group
As principal, president and CEO, HTG has developed more than 8,000 units of multi-family housing and has completed real estate transactions that exceed more than $2 billion in commercial, land and residential developments across Florida, the Southeastern United States and Arizona. Prior to HTG, Matt was with a large law firm, involved in over $1 billion worth of transactions including acquisitions, development, re-financings, and joint ventures in the United States and abroad.