Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Golden Valley Country Club
7001 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley

A fresh look at a hot topic, NAIOP presents insights from the forthcoming Research Foundation report, Mapping Capital Flows to and Through the CRE Industry.

Report author David Funk of Roosevelt University (Chicago) will share the results of the study, which examined debt and equity sources in determining how much capital is being channeled toward commercial real estate and included a mapping of assets between classes and the changes in asset sizes.  

Mark Cinquina of PNC Real Estate (Cincinnati), Richard Student of United Properties, and Brad Schafer of Schafer Richardson will debate the sources of capital and the placement of capital in a large debt and equity framework. Mark, Richard and Brad will share what they are doing and what they anticipate the future to bring from the banker and developer points of view.

Topics:
  • The sources and dynamics of capital
  • Capital costs, demographic and economic impacts
  • Banks and developers expectations on the sourcing and placement of capital
  • The match-up of “property types seeking capital” versus “capital seeking a property type”

The Panel






David Funk, Ph.D.
Pasquinelli Chair in Real Estate
Roosevelt University
(Chicago)
Mark Cinquina
Executive Vice President / 
Market Manager
PNC Real Estate (Cincinnati)
Brad Schafer
CEO
Schafer Richardson
& SR Realty Trust
Richard Student
Executive Vice President of 
Asset Management and Finance
United Properties



The Details


Times
7:15 am Registration & Networking
7:45 am Breakfast
8 - 9:15 am Program

Pricing
$35 Members & all company personnel from chapter sponsors
$65 Non-members
Register early! An additional $25 will be charged for walk-ins.

No refunds for cancellations after Thursday, February 8.

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License Credit
Continuing real estate education credit has been applied for and 1.0 hour is pending approval from the Minnesota Department of Commerce.

Questions
Email NAIOP Minnesota or call the office at (952) 928-4647.