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We hope to see you at one of these leading industry events in 2018!   Commercial Real Estate Finance Council (CREF), Miami FL January 8-10, 2018 More Information on CREF Conference National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), Orlando FL January 16-18, 2018 More Information on NMHC Conference  

Free Webcast – Successful Green Capital Planning for Multifamily Housing

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Successful Green Capital Planning for Multifamily Housing COMPLIMENTARY LIVE WEBCAST ​Thursday, November 9, 2017 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST About this Training Multifamily developer and operator clients tell Blackstone Consulting LLC (Blackstone) that the most uncertain costs they encounter when trying to forecast expenses are real estate taxes and utilities. Blackstone can’t advise clients…

Blackstone On the Road

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Visit us at one of the following events this fall:   September 19th - CBRE Multifamily Western Division Fall Forum - Laguna Beach, CA October 2-4 - National Apartment Association Multifamily Asset Management Conference - Austin, TX October 12 - 13 - Affordable Housing Finance, Development and Policy Exchange - Washington, DC November 6 -…

Free Webcast – Construction Monitoring for Multifamily Projects

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Please join us for a free live webcast: Construction Monitoring for Multifamily Projects - Essential Knowledge for Debt & Equity Providers. Within the real estate life cycle spectrum, development phase poses the greatest financial and other risks to multifamily lenders and equity providers. While the objectives are seemingly straight forward-- place building(s) in service on…

Free Webcast – Seismic Risk Assessments & Rehabilitation of ​Multifamily Housing – Updates to ASTM E2026/E2557& Seismic Retrofit Issues

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Seismic Risk Assessments & Rehabilitation of ​Multifamily Housing - Updates to ASTM E2026/E2557& Seismic Retrofit Issues About This Training Multifamily developers, lenders and investors rely on ASTM International (ASTM) guidance and practices for performing Seismic Risk Assessments (SRAs) for proposed real estate transactions located in known seismic zones throughout the country. Seismic due diligence must…

Join Blackstone’s Sean Dundon in a Live WebCast on October 13th

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Nuts & Bolts of Monitoring LIHTC Multifamily Housing During Construction If your organization develops, constructs, invests in or provides financing for multifamily rental housing, our insightful webcast on the nuts and bolts of monitoring LIHTC multifamily projects in construction, is for you. Join Vinnie Viola, principal of Birch Island Real Estate Consulting, and special guests…

2016 ASTM Seismic Updates – Webinar

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Join Blackstone's Joshua Marrow on June 9th as he and Roy Anderson present the 2016 updates to ASTM E2026 Guide and E2557 Standard Practice for Seismic Risk and Earthquake Due Diligence Assessments. This free webinar is hosted by the California Mortgage Bankers Association. When: Thursday June 9th 2016 Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm PST Register This…

NH&RA Fall Forum in November

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Look for Blackstone's Sean Dundon at the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association Fall Forum on November 2nd & 3rd at the Langham Hotel in Boston, MA. For more information on this event click here.

Construction Risks for LIHTC Projects – Plan for Success but Expect the Unexpected

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Join Blackstone's Sean Dundon via Live Webcast on September 8th. Live Webcast Tuesday, September 8, 2015 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (EDT) It may seem cliché, but when it comes to real estate construction, 'time is money'. Within the life cycle spectrum, development phase poses the greatest financial and other risks to owners and developers of…

Adaptive Reuse & Historic Renovation Projects

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Adaptive Reuse and Historic Renovation Projects  "Expect the Unexpected" Beyond the typical problems that can arise with renovation projects, historic renovation projects add another level of difficulty due to the need to preserve and often restore historic elements throughout the renovation phase. Typically, historic preservation/renovation projects are dealing with buildings that are at least 100-years old…
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