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IMN Real Estate Private Equity Forum East

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4/22/14 to 4/23/14
The Ritz Carlton
Miami, FL
United States

The real estate crash of 2007 hit land and homebuilders first and hardest. From 2007 until very recently there weren't any new homes being built and land, held by homebuilders and investors was being foreclosed on by banks or in the most extreme cases being turned back into farm land. 

Now with a shortage of new homes, homebuilders are again in a building mode. Much of the formerly distressed land has been bought at very low prices by private equity and real estate opportunity funds. These funds are now selling the land, partnering with or financing builders in their acquisition of these lots.

This conference will focus on the key issues regarding successfully investing in land and homebuilding by private equity and real estate funds and how they are working with homebuilders.