Research demonstrates that housing shortages are even harder to address due to the COVID-19 crisis. This disruption is impacting more households across all income levels, particularly low and moderate income.
Join keynote speaker Adam Ducker, RCLCO, respected national real estate advisors, along with local ULI MN real estate leaders to learn about national research and analysis regarding current impacts on the housing crisis. What will be the strategies and key solutions to bring more housing choices to market across all sectors? How can we address the increased economic challenges we are facing over the next 18 or more months? Join the discussion!
Senior Managing Director, Director of Urban Real Estate & Public Strategies
Mr. Ducker is co-author of ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing report on Attainable Housing: Challenges, Perceptions, and Solutions
which outlines best practices and key solutions to address the challenges and potential solutions to the problem of providing for-sale and rental housing that meets the needs of middle-class American households.
For over 50 years, RCLCO Real Estate Advisors have been the “first call” for real estate developers, investors, the public sector and non-real estate companies by leveraging quantitative analytics, strategic thinking, market knowledge, and industry experience to provide business planning and implementation solutions.
Panel Discussion: Local Perspectives; Building Missing Housing for Middle Incomes
Hear from ULI Minnesota's multi-disciplinary work group who met over several months to break down the barriers that are getting in the way of building unsubsidized housing for middle income households. The panel will outline their key findings and recommended changes across the construction, design, financing and land use sectors. In addition, they will provide input on how their work will be impacted by the recent economic disruption and uncertainty.
Panelists: Sean Sweeney, Hall Sweeney Properties; J. Alex Frank, Magnolia Homes; Heather Worthington, Worthington Advisors