Webinar: Affordable Housing as an Asset Class — Insights on the Affordable Housing Stock in America and How it Performs as an Investment

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November 16, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Live Online
Online DC United States
ULI Terwilliger Center


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1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

This is a complimentary, ULI members webinar. It is open to nonmembers for $25 for nonmembers in the public/nonprofit sectors, and for $50 for nonmembers in the private sector. As always, nonmembers can receive this webinar for free by becoming a member. You must register to receive a recording of the webinar. 


During this one-hour ULI member webinar, learn from new research on the affordable housing asset class from RCLCO and the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing.

Drawing from the research, this webinar will explore what and where the affordable housing stock is in America, and how it performs as a real estate investment. We will discuss affordable housing as an asset class, including its size and scope, products, its performance in the capital and real estate markets, and the fundamental drivers and trends behind this asset class.

Join Adam Ducker of RCLCO for this important discussion.


Adam Ducker, Managing Director, RCLCO

Adam joined RCLCO in the mid-1990s as an associate directly after graduate school and learned the trade with the firm. He is a recognized expert in economic development, market and financial analysis; positioning, repositioning, and marketing of real estate assets; consumer research; and corporate strategy development. He has particular depth of expertise in high-density housing, retail/entertainment and hotel development.

Adam directs the Urban Real Estate Advisory Group at RCLCO, which is distinguished by: sophistication in forecasting housing, retail/commercial and hospitality demand in revitalizing cities and development corridors; in understanding the unique set of circumstances that create vibrant mixed-use environments; and in the financing mechanisms and public/private partnerships that are relied upon to achieve them.

Adam is a frequent speaker on topics ranging from place making to urban redevelopment to retail trends to in-town housing. His writing has been widely published and quoted in publications such as The New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalUrban LandCalifornia Real Estate JournalMultifamily ExecutiveResort and Recreation, and National Hotel Executive. He is also an active member of the ULI and Programs vice chair of the Mixed-Use Development Council (Purple). A native of the New York metropolitan area, Adam received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Columbia University.