DFW is facing a lot of financial uncertainty right now. While it is typically known for its thriving economy, business friendly environment, and stable job growth, Dallas is bracing for the challenges that Coronavirus is causing. Many people are wondering what the future holds for the DFW real estate market.
Whether or not the situation will take a graver economic turn, it is definite that the coronavirus-related stress on the industry is expected to alter the economy as a whole. So what can we expect to see if DFW?
Join Younger Partners Managing Principal Scot Farber, Transwestern Executive Managing Partner, and STRIVE Managing Partner Jennifer Pierson as they dive deep into capital markets and the future financial health of DFW. We will cover everything from the current lending environment, to the asset classes that you should be investing in. This is a webinar you don’t want to miss!
As it stands today, what capital providers still have liquidity and a willingness to play in the market and who has stepped off of the sidelines?
If any investors, developers are out looking for capital right now, what do they need to know about the changing nature of underwriting or the current lending environment?
Are there any CRE asset classes where you continue to see a solid number of sales and acquisitions?
What is the future for DFW and how do we compare to other primary markets post Corona?
What capital providers stand to benefit in this environment and who has the most flexibility to lend, if anyone?
Mr. Farber is a Managing Principal with Younger Partners in charge of the disposition of investment sales properties for financial institutions, banks, special servicers, pension funds, REITs, corporate users and private investors. Over the last...
Steve serves as executive managing partner of Transwestern’s Capital Markets and Asset Strategies Group. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Steve utilizes his 31 years of commercial real estate experience to lead and coordinate the national operations of the...