3rd Annual Access to Capital Symposium

AAREP is proud to present its: 

 3rd Annual Access to Capital Workshop! 

*Featuring Remarks from Executive Director Todd Lee, DCHFA and Director Polly Donaldson, DHCD*

Join  AAREP members and industry professionals at DCHFA on April 26, 2018 to learn how to leverage public and private capital sources to finance your current and future real estate projects. 

The workshop will include panel sessions with local lenders discussing financing programs, including credit criteria, underwriting and how to make programs work for you!  The panel will feature local developers active in the DC metro market and case studies on completed real estate projects, best practices, pitfalls and tips for success. 

This workshop is for current developer/investors and anyone with real estate development or investment goals.  You don’t want to miss this!

Workshop Topics: 

  • DCHFA’s Housing Investment Platform (HIP) – Pilot program co-invests equity with emerging developers in the production of homeownership opportunities;
  • CityFirst Bank Development Financing Program
  • CASE STUDY with H2DesignBuild (Elvans Road Townhomes)

Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018 (11:30AM – 1:30PM)
Location: DCHFA Auditorium, 815 Florida Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Cost: Free of 2018 AAREP Members, $25 for Non-members
*Lunch will be Served 


2018 LOCUS Leadership Summit: Rebuild America’s Neighborhoods

April 22-24, the nation’s leading real estate developers, investors, elected officials, and community leaders will be in Washington, DC for the 2018 LOCUS Leadership Summit: Rebuild America’s Neighborhoods. Will you join them?

Boasting over 30 speakers facilitating 12 sessions, this year’s cohort of experts are at the forefront of tax policy, real estate trends, revitalization, equitable development, public-private partnerships, and mixed-use projects. Receiving recognition from Forbes and CityLab to name a few, you won’t want to miss the chance to learn from these speakers in person. Some of this year’s sessions include:

  • Community as Corporation: Talent Retention Strategies for Sustainable Growth 
  • Rebuilding Neighborhoods Post Federal Tax Reform 
  • Emerging Trends in the Real Estate Market
  • Best Practices: Zoning for Revitalization Without Displacement 
  • Leveraging the Civic Commons to Rebuild America’s Neighborhoods 
  • Self-Gentrification through Community-Driven Real Estate Innovations 
  • Navigating P3s for TOD/Value Capture 
  • Overcoming Obstacles that Face Downtown Mixed-Used Projects 

This three-day conference is a unique opportunity for real estate developers, investors, advocates, and local elected officials to learn about policy strategies and financing ideas in the new federal tax and regulatory climate and to connect with like-minded professionals working on walkable development in cities across the country. We hope you’ll join us for this dynamic and engaging event! 

Register today! AAREP members receive discount registration. Use the code msran2018.