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MBA's Single-Family Rental Finance Summit

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4/22/14 10:00 am to 4/22/14 7:00 pm EST
Renaissance Arlington
Arlington, VA
United States

New market dynamics are changing how single-family homes are bought, sold, financed and maintained, and are blurring the lines between the single-family and multifamily markets.

FACT: One of every eight American households (nearly 14 million in all) rents a single-family home.
FACT: Single-family rental accounts for one-in-six single-family households.
FACT: There are more households living in single-family rental units than there are in rental units in properties with 10 or more units.

Given the current market transformation, MBA is hosting our first-ever Single-Family Rental Finance Summit on April 22 in Arlington, Virginia, to bring together owners, lenders, investors, government officials and others, with the goal of ensuring this important market gets the attention it deserves.

Attend this new event to learn about this trillion-dollar market, the opportunities it holds and how Washington decision makers view their role in shaping it.