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2017 Continuing Education

Crittenden Conferences has yet apply for any credits (CE, CLE, CPE, etc.) for the 2017 conference. We will begin to do so once the agenda has been set for the conference.

If you are attending the conference and would like Crittenden to apply for continuing education credits in your respective state, please send a request in writing (with your information, the type of credit you are seeking and the state you are seeking credit in) no later than Monday, January 30, 2017.

*Credits cannot be offered until Crittenden Conferences, Inc. has been granted Provider Approval and Course Approval from the state in which credits were requested and applied for. Credits cannot be guaranteed until rosters have been approved by the states (which happens after the conference) in which Crittenden Conferences, Inc. are approved as providers and the courses are approved.

MCLE (Continuing Legal Education)
Crittenden has been APPROVED to offer up to 9.5 CLE credit hours in the state of KANSAS.
Kansas  - the following states will issue CLE credits based on the reciprocating rule: Colorado, Florida, New York.
For more details on the reciprocating rule please visit the website of the state you are licensed in.

 
For more details on the reciprocating rule please visit the website of the state you are licensed in. Please send a request in writing no later than Monday, January 30, 2017 to allow ample time for application processing to: Marquette@CrittendenConferences.com.

CE (Continuing Education) Credits
If you would like CE Credits, please put your request (including the specific type of CE credit) in writing no later than Monday, January 30, 2017 to allow time for Crittenden to go through the application process, and send to: Marquette@CrittendenConferences.com.

CPE Credits
 
Crittenden Conferences, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.  State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.  Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:www.learningmarket.org.  
 
Earn up to 8 CPE Credits

Program level: Overview
Delivery Method: Group Live

Additional information:

There are no pre-requisites required for attendance.
There is no advanced preparation required for attendance.


Learning Objectives/completion of the conference and/or conference sessions will allow attendees the following (but will not be limited to):

  • Be able to understand the challenges CRE leaders face including: value vs. cash flow, main street vs. Wall Street, primary vs. secondary/tertiary markets, etc.
  • Implement proactive strategies and actions that will enhance the cash flow and ROI of their real estate investments
  • Be able to use creative loan structures (like leveraging current portfolios to add assets to a portfolio) to get a deal done
  • Understand bridge financing including the adaptive life cycle of bridge lenders, construction financing and best practices to navigate the construction lending competitive landscape
  • Understand how to finance value-add strategies in today's markets from picking the right financing structure to knowing what types of financing are available
  • Have knowledge of the 2017 outlook for small balance including bank lending, GSEs, market trends and innovation through technology
  • Understand (through survey findings on a CRE community's view of environmental risk) how often an environmental issue can kill a deal and have to navigate around it
  • Have knowledge of trends in secondary markets vs. primary markets and how financing deals in secondary markets works
  • Understand construction lending including: how to get a bank in today's regulated climate, learn what to do with private capital and higher LTVs, know how to maximize an investment fund with credit tenants by looking an NNN transactions
  • Understand and utilize alternatives to traditional capital such as capitalizing on private lenders and family office investors
  • Have knowledge of where to get equity for deals under $100Million
  • Be able to use best practices to reach an audience through different methods of marketing and investing by breaking down the logistics and economics of Regulation A+ REIT
  • Understand larger CRE regulatory influences including HVCRE, CMBS risk retention OCC 300% threshold application
Recommended CPE credit and recommended field of study (please check back for this as conference content is still in development:
Session Title # of Recommended Credits for this Session Recommended Field of Study
Trading Risk for Reward, CRE Leaders Discuss the Challenges They Face 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Creative Loan Structures are Becoming More
Essential Than Ever to Get Deals Done
1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Proactive Strategies and the Actions that Enhance the Cash Flow and ROI of Real Estate Investments 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Bridge Lending 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Financing Value-add Strategies in Today’s Lending Market 1 Non-Technical - Management - Finance
Small Balance Lending – The Outlook for 2017 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
The Economics of Environmental Risk: Solving for Deal Success 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Seeking Yields in Secondary Markets 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Construction Lending 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Alternatives to Traditional Capital: The Increased Prominence of Private Lenders and Family Office Investors 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
The Emergence of Regulation A+ REITS (Best Practices for Reaching an Audience Through Different Methods of Marketing, Investing) 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics
Equity for Deals under $100 Million 1 Non-Technical - Management - Finance
Outline of Larger CRE Regulatory Influences Including HVCRE, CMBS Risk Retention and OCC 300% Threshold Application 1 Non-Technical - Specialized Knowledge & Applications - Economics


Who Should Attend?
All Multifamily and Real Estate Professional involved in, but not limited to the following industries:

· Appraisers/Market Analysts · Developers and Builders · Owners
· Architects · Distressed Debt/Equity Groups · Planning, Strategies, Incentivizing
· Asset Management Owners · Government · Products and/or Service Providers
· Attorneys · Lenders/Equity Capital Sources · Real Estate Brokers
· Consultants · Marketing Executives · Real Estate Investors
· Contractors · Mortgage Bankers & Brokers  


To register for this program/conference and sign up for sessions please visit the "Registration" link on our website: www.CrittendenNational.com

For information regarding administrative polices such as a program/conference description, please visit the "About the Event" link on our website: www.CrittendenNational.com or contact Marquette L. Gooch-Nelson at 619-393-1811 or Marquette@CrittendenConferences.com.

For information regarding administrative policies such as refunds, cancellations and complaints, please visit the "Registration" link on our website: www.CrittendenNational.com or contact Marquette L. Gooch-Nelson at 619-393-1811 or Marquette@CrittendenConferences.com.

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