Student Housing 360
Dana Point, CA
January 16 - 17, 2020

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IMN is pleased to announce the Inaugural Student Housing 360 conference, taking place January 16-17 in Dana Point, CA.

Mainstream investors have 'discovered' student housing. This once-niche real estate sector has seen the introduction of major institutional and international capital, REITs and operating companies to the space, with their interest fueled by an attractive combination of skyrocketing prices, record compressed cap rates and favorable demographic trends.

To match growing demand for insight and deal flow within this burgeoning market, we are pleased to offer operational and financing/acquisitions professionals a platform to discuss entry & exit strategies, financing strategies and operational best practices for an industry witnessing unprecedented organic growth.

Be sure to mark your calendar for next January as senior leaders convene at this one-of-a-kind forum for thought leadership, networking and business development.

Who Should Attend
  • Student Housing Owners & Developers
  • Property Management Firms
  • Equity Investors
  • Lenders
  • Brokers
  • Institutional Investors
  • Vendors & Service Providers
    • Law/Accounting
    • Technology/Software
    • Architecture/Planning

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      • General Session


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      National Macroeconomic Outlook and Implications for the Student Housing Market

        • Where are we in the cycle?
        • Trump, tariffs and trade wars – what are the impacts on student housing?
        • Student enrollment number trends and demand for higher education
        • Is student housing truly a recession-resistant asset class?
        • Implications of interest rate cuts on the student housing market
        • How have changes at the GSEs impacted the industry?



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      • Investment/Acquisitions/ Financing Track


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      Student Housing Investment Strategies

        • Which markets and sectors do you focus on and why?
        • What are the risk factors associated with developing student housing?  How do these differ to conventional multifamily?
        • Does pricing today still reflect an appropriate risk-adjusted return relative to conventional multifamily?
        • How is your business preparing for the possibility of another recession and a potential change in access to capital markets?
        • How can the industry look to tackle affordability issues moving forward?
        • Are portfolio investments part of your plan for the coming year?



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      Calculating the Risks and Rewards of Development

        • What kind of returns can be had in the current market?
        • How do the risk factors differ to those of conventional multifamily development?
        • Challenges associated with developing as opposed to an acquisition strategy
        • What market characteristics/demographics do you target for development?
        • What considerations must be taken with urban infill projects?



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      Financing Student Housing Deals

        • What is the latest on equity, joint venture, foreign capital, mezz and debt availability?
        • Structures and deal terms
        • Balancing the capital stack
        • As the GSEs are becoming less competitive, what does this mean for prices?
        • What was the asset and structure of your last deal?



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      Disposition and Exit Strategies

        • When making an acquisition, what exit considerations are taken?
        • What are the factors that infer decisions on exit timings
        • What are the primary disposition options available?  Partial or full sale?
        • How can the disposition process be made more efficient?
        • Differences between selling individual assets and portfolios



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      Deal Sourcing and Acquisition Strategies: Core, Core Plus, Value Add and Opportunistic

        • Where and how do you find deals with each risk-return profile?
        • What approach do you take to diversify your portfolio?
        • Acquiring portfolios – how to attract foreign/institutional capital and achieve scale quickly
        • Using big data and software to aid deal flow
        • Due diligence and best practice to determine potential for rent increase and expense reduction
        • Are there any distressed opportunities out there?



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      Positioning Student Housing at the Center of Mixed-Use Developments

        • Which other asset types are complementary to student housing?
        • What considerations need to be made when incorporating student housing into mixed-use projects?
        • Keys to balancing different risk levels associated with different asset classes
        • How to determine which locations would benefit from such a product
        • Investor and financier perspectives on mixed-use plays



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      Assessing the Pros and Cons of Joint Venture Projects

        • What are the benefits of forming joint venture agreements with other owners?
        • Is student housing more management intensive than conventional multifamily?
        • Do you look for partners in specific types of markets?
        • Are JVs better suited to individual properties or portfolios?
        • Structures, terms and items that take the most negotiating



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      Opportunity Zones and Student Housing

        • Overview of opportunity zone provisions, following the most recent guidance
        • How do opportunity zone funds fit into your long-term student housing investment strategy and fund structure?
        • Structuring and re-structuring deals to leverage valuable tax benefits
        • Concerns around lack of clarity surrounding development fees, eligibility of ground leases etc.
        • Due diligence on opportunity zone projects and analyzing the merits of the project without the added tax benefits



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      On-Campus Deals and Relationship Management Best Practice

        • What are the main challenges forming a public-private partnership (P3)?
        • How to negotiate deals with universities
        • Tenancy and leasing nuances with on-campus housing
        • Best practices in managing the P3 relationship: What are the pitfalls to avoid?



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      Family Office Perspectives: Diversifying Your Portfolio With Student Housing Investments

        • What makes student housing an attractive asset class to HNW and family office capital?
        • ROI expectations for family office investors
        • Which subsets of student housing are most appealing to family offices?
        • Managing relationships with family office investors
        • Co-investing in student housing with other families



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      • Operations Track


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      Developing Marketing and Leasing Strategies to Ensure Strong Occupancy Rates

        • How are demographics changing in different markets across the country?
        • Appealing to potential residents – what do they want?
        • The importance of effectively communicating and serving current residents
        • Systems and processes to track and improve customer experience
        • How to be competitive in over-supplied markets



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      Innovation, Disruption and the Continued Growth of PropTech

        • Key disruptive technologies that have been successfully integrated into student housing operations
        • How can leaders at operators help their teams deploy such technologies in a safe-to-fail environment?
        • How do these innovations lead to better quality and value for the resident?
        • Interacting and managing the relationship between vendor and operator
        • What does the future look like for PropTech in student housing?  What would be the dream tool for an operator?



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      The Residence of the Future: Catering to Students through Design and Technology

        • What do GenZ students need and expect in their rooms and general residences?
        • Going Green - how do sustainability and environmental considerations factor into designs?
        • How do on-campus and off-campus amenities differ?
        • Smart apartments, gadgets and internet connectivity
        • Providing options and diverse unit types
        • What will IoT look like in five years’ time?



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      Rehab, Renovation and General Property Upgrades

        • What is the goal when providing upgrades?  Potential for increased rent, making it habitable or with a view to an exit?
        • In what ways are quality control procedures changing?
        • What regulatory requirement should investors be aware of?
        • Financing options for rehabbing and renovating
        • How can technology and software help with rehabbing?



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      Building an In-House Property Management Solution or Outsourcing to Specialists

        • When does it makes sense to bring your property management function in-house?
        • What to consider when entering new markets
        • Key advantages of using a third party management company
        • Best practices in managing the property manager – owner relationship
        • What can be done to make the management process more efficient?



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  • Student Housing Owner/Developer Early Bird* - $995
  • Student Housing Owner/Developer Standard* - $1,195
  • Super Early Bird Registration - $1,495
  • Early Bird Registration - $1,695
  • Standard Registration - $1,795
  • On-site Registration - $1,895
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Speakers

  • Edward Talbot
    Vice President
    AGC Equity Partners
  • Greg Jasper
    Director of Brokerage & Transactions
    Amstad Developement
  • Jared Hutter
    Principal & Co-Founder
    Aptitude Development
  • David Schwartz
    Founder & CEO
    Avance Capital
  • Dana Caudell
    President, Property Management
    Bainbridge
  • Marty McBurney
    VP Student Housing Operations
    Balfour Beatty Communities
  • Michael Orsak
    SVP Investments
    Campus Advantage
  • Miles Orth
    EVP & COO
    Campus Apartments
  • Jason Luker
    CFO
    Cardinal Group Companies
  • John Wieker
    Chief Investment Officer
    Core Spaces
  • Daniel Branch
    Director
    Crow Holdings Capital
  • Jacky He
    CEO
    DMG Investments LLC
  • Michael Carouba
    COO
    LandPro Development Group
  • Mark Weinstein
    President
    MJW Investments
  • Steve Zhang
    CIO
    OC Ventures
  • Fred Pierce
    President & CEO
    Pierce Education Properties
  • Tyler Perlmutter
    COO
    Pinecrest
  • Cervantes Lee
    Investment Partner
    RedBridge Capital
  • Andy Feinour
    President
    Student Quarters
  • Raoul Amescua
    VP Development
    The Michaels Organization
  • Jerry Wojenski
    Chief Executive Officer
    Varsity Campus
  • Douglas Kligman
    CIO
    Vesper Holdings
  • Jason Rootenberg
    SVP Investments
    Woodbourne Investments
  • Landon Zimmer
    In-House Counsel
    Zimmer Development Company

Contact Us

Venue

  • Conference Venue
  • Monarch Beach Resort


    1 Monarch Beach Resort
    Dana Point, CA, 92629
    USA

    Additional Info:

    Please use the link above to make a reservation in our group room block, pending availability, until our cutoff date of Monday, December 16.  A one (1) night room and tax deposit is required at time of booking. Cancellation is 30 days prior to arrival and any cancellation within 30 days will forfeit the aforementioned deposit and is non-refundable.   IMPORTANT NOTE: IMN has not retained a third party booking company to assist with reservations.  If you are interested in making a reservation at Monarch Beach Resort you must make your reservation using the link above.

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