Chris Rumul, Senior Vice President, Walker & Dunlop will be leading the December 13 roundtable on identifying and accessing public sector financing for real estate.
In this session, Chris Rumul will discuss how to access public sector financing for real estate. He will draw on his experience originating loans from the Federal Housing Authority. Over his career he has closed more than 45 deals totaling $450 million with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac. He will address the role these sources of public sector financing can play in real estate projects.
This event is part of the Building Lean Fall 2016 Roundtable Series.
The political, design, economic, and social impacts of large infill development are increasingly being felt in Boston and cities across the country. Yet, even as historic neighborhoods of small multifamily buildings soar in value, very little new development is taking this smaller, more incremental, more diverse form. How can we unlock small development in Boston and New England?
Our Fall 2016 series of events will emphasize lean techniques for success in all stages of real estate development. Sessions will occur monthly and will consist of an expert speaker, small group discussions, and social hour.
Register at: https://buildingleanroundtable.eventbrite.com