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6th Annual New Jersey Real Estate Capital Markets Conference
Tuesday, June 21, 2022
Sheraton Edison at Raritan Center 125 Raritan Center Parkway, Edison, NJ 08837
8:00 am Registration/ Networking  8:00 am Breakfast Buffet   8:30 am - 11:30 pm Program

8:30 AM Real Estate Investment Deal Flow and the state of the Market

• Issues faced in today's lending environment and how to approach permanent lenders to increase your chances of securing debt
• How are deals being underwritten today and what are the challenges
• What real estate markets are hot in New Jersey and what markets are trending
• What is the profile of investors and institutions bidding on New Jersey Real Estate
• Bid ask spread narrowing?  Why?
• How do Cap Rates vary by product type and how are these changing
• What is the timeline today to trade in today's market
• How does the New Jersey stack up to the rest of the country

9:30 AM Alternative Financing Solutions for Real Estate Deals

• Where are the opportunities for investors in the debt market and how do you access them
• What are the barriers to entry and how to overcome them
• The Future of Banking and the Impact it will have on Commercial Real Estate
• What is the outlook for capital markets
• What are some Permanent financing options
• Equity structures using Joint ventures with Landowners and Structured Seller Financed Land Acquisitions
• CMBS 2.0:  What does it mean
• How to access SBA Loans for Real Estate Projects
• Mezzanine lenders and other hybrids sources for acquisition or rescue
• Crowd funding and other unique equity sources

10:30 AM Real Estate Equity Investors Requirements
• What types of investors are active? What are their return expectations?
• What is the best investment asset class and why
• How much money is really out there? Where is it coming from
• How have underwriting standards changed?
• How are you raising equity today
• Do you like the New Jersey compared to other markets
• Recent deals you have done and what your competitors have closed
• Future Predictions