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Minnesota Real Estate Journal's Apartment & Student Housing Summit

Date:
 Friday, January 14, 2011
Time:
 7:15 a.m.: Registration
 7:30 a.m.: Continental breakfast
 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.: Program
Location:
 Golden Valley Country Club
 7001 Golden Valley Rd
 Golden Valley, MN 55427
Registration:   
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Three Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A., real estate lawyers Tammera R. Diehm, Amy L. DuMond and John D. Nolde are participating in the Minnesota Real Estate Journal’s 2011 Apartment and Student Housing Summit on Jan. 14. The summit focuses on real estate issues surrounding apartments and student housing, including a student housing overview, capital marketing strategies, the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, critical legal issues in apartment and student housing, apartment operational trends, new apartment construction, and more. To learn more about the event, click on the link to go to Minnesota Real Estate Journal’s website. Read more below about the sessions Winthrop & Weinstine real estate attorneys will be participating in.

Capital Market Strategies & the Future of Fannie & Freddie

8:45 a.m.
Moderator: Amy DuMond, Winthrop & Weinstine
Panelists: Dave Rasmussen, Grandbridge Real Estate Capital, LLC
Patrick Minea, NorthMarq Capital
Sean Whitlock, Whitlock Capital Group
  • What type of deals are Fannie & Freddie looking targeting today
  • How has underwriting changed
  • What is the future for the agency lenders
  • What is the outlook for 2011 and beyond for lenders, buyers, sellers, developers and investors?
  • Who is lending, and what are some alternative sources of capital?
  • Which deals are more likely to get done and what are the requirements
  • What changes should we expect in underwriting criteria and how can we get deals done
  • What types of governmental programs are available and how do I access them?

Critical Legal Issues in Apartment & Student Housing
9:30 a.m.
Tami Diehm, Winthrop & Weinstine
John Nolde, Winthrop & Weinstine
Wendy Ethen, Guaranty Commercial Title
  • Foreclosures and Note Sales
  • Condo Conversions Aftermath
  • General Transaction Concerns: Underwriting & Appraisals
  • Dealing with Property Management Companies and Condo Associations on Broken Condo Deals
  • New/Proposed Regulations that will impact the Construction Industry
For More Information
Deb Cochran
Direct: (612) 604-6688
 
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