Arixa Capital and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate welcome you to Single Family Takes Center Stage: A Residential Real Estate Roundtable Discussion.
Single family homes have long been considered a good way to get started in real estate investment. Commercial real estate investors have sometimes considered this type of investment “for amateurs only.” How the world has changed. Today, many of the worlds leading real estate investment firms are pouring billions into single family homes. Meanwhile, savvy local investors are realizing strong profits buying, renovating, expanding and reselling single family homes. Whether their projects are in the hundreds of thousands of dollars or many millions per home, these pioneering investors are creating a whole new asset class that merits serious consideration.
This round table discussion among established local developers, brokers and lenders explores single family homes as an investment, including for renovation and resale, as well as portfolios of rental homes. Panelists will discuss what is working in today’s market. The discussion will be lively, candid and full of useful information for developers, investors, brokers as well as professional service providers with an interest in single family housing.
Wednesday July 10, 2013
The UCLA Anderson School of Management, Korn Hall
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm - Reception
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Panel Discussion
8:00 pm to 8:30 pm - Audience Q&A
Cost: $30, seats are limited
Complimentary beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres
Billy Rose - Co-Founder - The Agency
Greg S. Hebner - Managing Director - Community Rebuild Partners, LLC
Ramin Kolahi - Principal - Lighthouse Investments, LLC
Mauricio Umansky - Co-Founder - The Agency
Gabriel Weinert - Sr Vice President - Johnson Capital
Kristoffer Winters - Founder - The Kristoffer Winters Company
Jan B. Brzeski - Founder & Portfolio Manager - Arixa Capital Advisors, LLC
When & Where
The UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate
The UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate is a joint center with the UCLA Anderson School of Management and UCLA School of Law, formed to advance thought leadership in the field of real estate by generating influential research, educating the next generation of leaders, and providing meaningful forums for industry professionals and policymakers. Through its various activities and programs, the Center employs a multidisciplinary and global approach to addressing the most critical real estate challenges facing our society today and in the future.