|Top Apartment Experts to Speak at Big Conference
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 1,100 apartment professionals from all over the U.S. are expected to attend the widely anticipated ``Apartments 2001'' conference to be held Sept. 24 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. Conference producer is Real Estate Conference Group.
A field of over 40 experts will speak to builders, brokers, lenders and other apartment professionals at the annual day-long conference, to be followed by an evening dealmaking session. Keynoters are W. Dean Henry, president of apartment giant Legacy Partners Residential Inc., and R. Scot Sellers, chairman and CEO of fast-growing Archstone Communities.
Featured speakers are Richard B. Gold, principal, Lend Lease Real Estate Investments; Harvey E. Green, president, CEO, Marcus & Millichap; Mitchell W. Kiffe, vice president, multifamily, Freddie Mac; Heidi McKibben, vice president, multifamily, Fannie Mae; REIT specialists, Alan George, executive vice president, Equity Residential Property Trust; Keith R. Guericke, president, CEO, Essex Property Trust, Inc.; and Frank McDowell, president, CEO, BRE Properties, Inc.
Additional highlights will be panel discussions on energy, economics, finance, investing, development, advisor analyses, brokerage and technology.
Conference sponsors are ARCS Commercial Mortgage Company, LP; Berkshire Mortgage Finance; California Apartment Association; California Real Estate Journal; CB Richard Ellis; Chicago Title Company; Cushman & Wakefield; Ernst & Young; First American Title Company; Fremont Investment & Loan; GE Capital Real Estate; GlobeSt.com; Grubb & Ellis Company; Hanover Financial Company; Hendricks & Partners; KeyBank; LoopNet, Inc.; Marcus & Millichap; National Apartment Association; National Water & Power Company; O'Melveny & Meyers; Pacific Life; PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP; Real Capital Analytics; Real Estate Forum; Real Estate Southern California; Realhound.com; RealPage, Inc.; Reilly Mortgage Group, Inc.; SpringStreet.com; Verizon Communications; and Washington Mutual.
Continuing education credit is available for brokers, attorneys, CPAs, appraisers and architects.