Distressed Real Estate Conference Overview

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GreenPearl.com, a leading real estate marketing and in-person conference firm, is pleased to launch an exciting new information and networking conference for the distressed real property and debt markets. At a time when information and in-person events could not be more important, GreenPearl.com’s Distressed Real Estate Summit: New York will shed light on the distressed assets markets, where opportunities exist now—and where they will exist in the years ahead. Additionally, the conference will provide owners and investors with thought-provoking and in-depth panel discussions aimed at identifying opportunities and the action steps to exploit them. In addition to nationally relevant information, this summit focuses emphasizes the tri-state region around New York City.

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Distressed Real Estate Conference Overview

  1. 1. Contact Information: Brian Klebash Director of Events GreenPearl.com Brian@GreenPearl.com 617.501.6075 (cell) GreenPearl.com Announces “DISTRESSED REAL ESTATE SUMMIT: NEW YORK” OVERVIEW The United States is in the grips of a recession and a credit freeze, both of which have affected liquidity in all aspects of the economy—especially in the residential and commercial real estate markets. Only three years ago, real estate markets were booming with tremendous investment sales volume and even more impressive leasing activity. Now, faced with an illiquid debt market, real estate owners and investors are grappling with maturing CMBS and other forms of real estate debt that will be becoming due—with so little replacement capital available. The next big challenge in real estate will be how to manage this maturing CMBS and other short term debt, and the steps owners and investors faced with declining revenues should take to maintain positive NOI. How many owners will default on loan payments? Will special servicers respond in time? Will the government respond, and what measures will they take? And, how will this challenge create new opportunities for low-leverage investors and owners? Specifically, what opportunities exist with regard to bank-owned properties, short-sales, foreclosures, distressed debt and tax liens? And how can savvy investors at all levels take advantage of the opportunities before the window inevitably closes? ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE GreenPearl.com, a leading real estate marketing and in-person conference firm, is pleased to launch an exciting new information and networking conference for the distressed real property and debt markets. At a time when information and in-person events could not be more important, GreenPearl.com’s Distressed Real Estate Summit: New York will shed light on the distressed assets markets, where opportunities exist now—and where they will exist in the years ahead. Additionally, the conference will provide owners and investors with thought-provoking and in-depth panel discussions aimed at identifying opportunities and the action steps to exploit them. In addition to nationally relevant information, this summit focuses emphasizes the tri-state region around New York City. GreenPearl’s Distressed Real Estate Summit: New York will bring together commercial and residential real estate players, including: investors, owners, developers, brokers, financiers and lenders for important discussion, debate and networking. GreenPearl.com recognizes the importance of live, in- person events that provide the adequate face-to-face networking time to develop the new relationships crucial for new business development, combined with the content that matters to help you further your skills, strive for best practices and survive in this challenging economic cycle. GreenPearl’s Distressed Real Estate Summit: New York is pleased to bring together the leading residential and commercial real estate players in one place for this important summit on distressed real estate and debt.
  2. 2. POSSIBLE AGENDA TOPICS The GreenPearl.com Distressed Real Estate Summit will cover the most important themes in today’s residential and commercial distressed markets. Agenda coverage could include: • Opening Data Presentation: How Much is in Distress, and Where? An Update on a Real Estate Nation in Distress • Debt & Equity Capital Markets Update: “As the Lending World Turns:” When Will Daylight Return to the Once Liquid Debt & Equity Markets? • Buying, Selling & Determining Value: How Have the Frozen Credit Markets Impacted Value, and When Will the Light Turn From Red to Green in the Stagnant Investment Sales Market? • Construction & Development in Distress: Has a Debt-Challenged Market Created New Opportunities in Incomplete Projects, or Only Problems? • Residential Market Update: REO & Short Sales • Investment property: Multifamily’s Response to Excessive Leverage, Bad Debt and a Sour Economy • A Brave New World and its Silver Lining: How Monetary and Fiscal Policy Have Changed the U.S. Economy, Consumer Spending and Real Estate • Opportunities in Maturity Defaults: How $800 Billion in Outstanding CMBS will turn Commercial Real Estate on its Head and Present Opportunities • NOI Under Siege: Owners & Investors Combat a Capital-Starved Market and Recession • Brokers & an Illiquid Market: Is it Better to Be Smaller in Terms of Deal Size? • Strategies for Beating the Odds: How to use Today’s Climate to Your Advantage QUESTIONS 1. How is lending evolving? Are lenders more willing to extend loan terms? 2. Where is the opportunity: distressed notes, tax liens, bank-owned, short sales, auctions? 3. How much (more) will debt and equity cost in the next twelve months? 4. Which are the reliable data sources and how 5. Will TALF and PPIP create new and unique investment opportunities for commercial real estate investors and owners? 6. Are special servicers still responsive in today’s environment? 7. How many more foreclosures will we see before stabilization? (And, if not foreclosures, what will it take to see stabilization, or a return to normalcy?) 8. Are lawmakers doing enough to stabilize commercial real estate? If not, what could they be doing? 9. When will commercial real estate recover: 2010, 2011, or later? 10. Where, geographically, and involving what property types is real estate in the most distress? About GreenPearl.com & GreenPearl Events: GreenPearl Events organizes and promotes high-quality real estate events including networking mixers, training, teleconferences, panel discussions and larger expos and summits. To be added to our mailing list to receive regular updates about real estate events in the greater New York City area, send an email with your contact information to: events@greenpearl.com, or visit http://greenpearl.com/events. In addition, GreenPearl.com provides an online professional network that allows members to discover real estate investment opportunities, develop new business, and meet new clients. The brain child of Ryan Slack, previously the founding CEO of PropertyShark.com, GreenPearl.com's vision is to enable privileged access to high-quality deals and people. GreenPearl.com members include active investors, developers, lenders, brokers, attorneys, and other principals, professionals, and service providers across the industry. Get involved today: http://greenpearl.com/signup.

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