In 2019, multi-unit residential moved to the top of many preferred property portfolios for a growing number of investors. And then came COVID-19 resulting in accelerated unemployment and a steep decline in immigration. Concerns immediately were raised about rent collection related to the ability of unemployed tenants to pay. But how has the multi-residential market really performed since March, 2020? Have multi-residential properties returned to being in high demand again as it has outperformed many expectations?
The 19th annual Canadian Apartment Investment Conference will address these and many other questions. Take advantage of the largest forum of its kind in the country providing valuable insights about how the multi-unit residential market is actually performing, and where this property class is heading. The conference will focus on investment, financing, development and management of all forms of multi-residential apartments from the perspective of owners, developers, lenders, brokers, appraisers and property managers. The owners will range from institutional investors and REITs to private equity funds and privately owned organizations.
Valuable Insights on Trends, Issues, Strategies and Opportunities in the Canadian Apartment Market
Given the past two years of the pandemic, the conference will focus on any risks and many opportunities that are emerging in today’s investment real estate market and the environment for owners and operators of apartments across the country. This very informative and unique event is organized by Informa Canada, the producers of The Real Estate Forums, in conjunction with a steering committee of apartment owners, operators, lenders, brokers, and appraisers.