With the door opening on securitization and the public equity markets joining well-capitalized funds the single family institutional investment market will continue to be in a growth phase and the only place to hear about the most up-to-date issues and meet the key players will be IMN’s 2nd Annual Spring Single Family Aggregation: REO-to-Rental Forum
Some numbers from our inaugural single family event...
800+ Executives in attendance
200+ Funds, REITs & Investors
24 Panel Sessions
ONE conference for the Institutional Single Family Investment Market.
We will be adding 3rd day to the Florida event which will include:
A Golf tournament
More Networking, Networking, Networking
Who Should Attend
Institutional Investors and Banks
IMN looks forward to seeing you again May 13. Don’t forget to reference discount code “GFM” when registering for 10% savings.
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