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Land and Capital Summit
March 7 @ 7:30 am - 11:00 am
- HBA Member: Individual Ticket $50
- Non-Member $65
- Table of 10 $450
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Capital Markets “Shark Tank”
What does it take to get a deal financed today? Is money available for my upcoming lot purchase or land acquisition deal? What is it going to cost me? Join Meyers Research for a unique look at the state of today’s capital markets. Our distinguished panel of “sharks” will share their perspectives on the current state of the capital and equity markets and show how to underwrite a lot purchase, a “super pad” purchase and an acquisition and development loan in today’s environment.
Using Special Districts for Project Financing Meyers Research will lead a panel of experts discussing the various kinds of special purpose districts used for project financing including PIDs and MUDs – what do they do, when should they be used, and what builders buying lots in this districts need to know.
Topics & Panelists:
1. Capital Markets Update
Insights on the status of capital markets and funding for real estate development.
Steven La Terra
Managing Director of Meyers Research, a subsidiary of Kennedy Wilson Company (NYSE: KW)
In addition to managing the Arizona operations of the Advisory practice, Steven manages the national Capital Markets Group for Meyers, which includes some of the largest private and institutional investment companies in the real estate industry. Prior to Meyers, he owned a land investment/lot banking company and served in Principal and Senior Executive positions with Land Advisors Capital, APEXCapital and Acacia Capital Corporation. During his career, he has purchased and sold more than 20,000 residential lots throughout the United States and has raised several hundred million dollars on behalf of real estate operators as an investment banker.
2. What does it take to get a deal financed?
Join our panel of “sharks” as we help some projects find funding in today’s market.
Director of Business Development, Gibraltar
Graig sources, underwrites and manages activities related to new residential investment opportunities at Gibraltar. Prior to joining Gibraltar, Graig gained substantial deal origination and asset management experience with two well-respected private equity firms that focused on for-sale residential opportunities across the country. Graig oversaw several homebuilder entity investments giving him invaluable insight into the operations of growing homebuilding companies. Graig also originated and oversaw land development and homebuilding project joint venture opportunities in Texas and throughout the East Coast. Graig earned a B.A. in Finance from Cedarville University and an M.B.A. from Liberty University.
Senior Vice President, Investment Management, Resmark
Michael joined Resmark in 2012. He is responsible for investment origination in Texas, Colorado, and Utah. Over his real estate career, he has held leadership positions in asset management, origination, disposition and finance for residential land and housing advisory firms. Previously, he served as Vice President/Investment Manager at TriPacific Capital Advisors, originating and managing investments in Florida, Texas and Nevada. Prior thereto, he originated and managed assets for Lowe Enterprises Residential Advisors in California, Florida, Nevada and Colorado.
Senior Vice President, Hancock Whitney Bank
Steve manages Hancock Whitney’s residential development and homebuilder lending group. Hancock Whitney is a $28 billion financial institution with offices across much of the South, from Texas to Florida. For more than 15 years, Steve has worked with builders and developers to find the right financing solutions for their projects. Previously he held similar positions with RBC Builder Finance and Capital One. Prior to starting his lending career, Steve spent 10 years in management roles with diversified real estate developers in Arizona and Southern California. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Arizona.
3. MUDs, PIDs and TIRZ, Oh My!
Your project is in a MUD, or maybe a PID. What does that mean and why is it important? What does that mean to you?
J. Richard Rosenberg
Managing Principal, DPFG, Inc.
Rick is a Managing Principal for DPFG, Inc. Based in the firm’s Austin office, Rick focuses on and oversees all consulting activities in Texas for the firm. In this capacity, Rick provides strategic planning, investment analysis, workout and financing services at both the project and entity level with a particular focus on the use of public/private partnerships to efficiently and effectively finance the infrastructure and vertical improvements associated with residential, commercial and mixed-use developments.
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