|Under Age 35||$110.00||$150.00|
With 2020 hindsight, we see significant changes in local real estate markets: significant relocation away from gateway cities; evolving new office/work models; an overall surplus of retail square footage with significant shortages in many local markets; dramatic increases in housing prices; demographic drivers of housing demand; trends in housing configuration; community engagement in racial equity and policing. Cap rate changes signal these dynamics within each local market. Understanding how cap rates change across markets, sectors and project configuration enables value creation potential, a core skill in real estate development and investment.
This 2-and-a-half-hour webinar explores the theory and practice of cap rates and how cap rate differences among markets, sectors over time can inform value creation strategies. Current market dynamics open opportunities to parry relocation and demographic trends, changing product configurations, and changing work/supply-chain models to enable investing at high cap rates with the anticipation of selling at low cap rates.
The first part of this webinar explores current market dynamics and the opportunities it presents for value creation reflected in cap rate differentials. It will describe how market cap rates determine feasible project costs and any shortfall in value needed to insure project viability. At the end of the first part, the participants will be assigned to breakout rooms of up to 8 participants for a 30-minute discussion of value creation strategies along with some time for a break. After receiving the reports of the breakout groups, the second part will further explore value creation opportunities based on current market dynamics and cap rate differentials.