As local governments around the nation continue measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, we find ourselves in the middle of an economic slowdown. As we await an impending downturn, uncertainty for the future of investment is growing.
Here in Denver, some speculate that the market could start right back up where it was left behind. However, there is no denying that the region will see some kind of shake-up as we try to return to normalcy.
How are investors and lenders perceiving the Denver market and its future? Join us as we examine the Mile High City's capital markets during and after coronavirus.
During this webinar we will discuss:
-- How are Denver's market leaders getting deals done amid coronavirus?
-- How are lenders perceiving Denver's market during these uncertain times?
-- How much of a pause will we see in the market? When will deal volume pick back up?
-- What property types will see investment ramp up the fastest once coronavirus restrictions are lifted?
-- What opportunities remain for investors in an impending downturn?
As President and CEO of one of Colorado’s premiere real estate investment ﬁrms, Chris is responsible for driving the company’s investments, strategic planning and overall operations. He has successfully acquired, developed and overseen projects in...
Jason graduated from Michigan State University before working for several manufacturers, mortgage lenders and international government contractors, where he led business development and capital raise efforts. His experience and personality have...
Executive Vice President, Partner, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners
As a partner and executive vice president at Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, Derek Conn oversees all capital markets activities including acquisition, disposition, financing and equity raises in addition to managing the accounting team. His...