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The capital turmoil stemming from the subprime crisis will continue to have major implications for apartment investment and financing. Learn how to navigate this uncertain landscape and much more at Multi-Housing World 2008 in Denver. Obtain an understanding of the types of financing available for multifamily housing, the financing terms offered and the attitudes of the capital sources and lenders. The presentation will also include advice on how to anticipate and best prepare for the changes likely to come as a result of this still-unfolding situation.The editors of Multi-Housing News have invited some of the industry’s top talent to participate in the 2008 MHW Educational Planning Committee. And returning in an advisory capacity are veteran planning committee members.This year’s educational line-up features 30+ sessions including:’New World’ Development & Re-Development Strategies—Many developers, working hard to produce condo units, now find themselves in a competitive battle to either sell or return the units to rentals, while at the same time having to renegotiate with cities and towns the very concept that was approved in the first place. Our panel of experts will help explain what you need to know and how to implement these strategies for success.Urban Revitalization: Paving the Way to Opportunity—In almost every major city, the urban core has been subject to planning efforts to create living, walkable, transit-oriented spaces. Many smaller towns are also starting to examine their urban centers and trying to balance urban redevelopment and community needs. Join an excellent panel for a first-hand look at the tools, trends and future of urban revitalization—one of the fastest growing areas of opportunity for developers.What’s Hot for 2008 and Beyond—Amenities that sizzle! This fast-paced session will explore the hottest amenities in multifamily today and lend insight for the future. Learn how to sell premium amenities that the consumer will happily pay extra for. Need to know what consumers are craving? Don’t miss this session!What’s new this year at Multi-Housing World?More networking opportunities/more deal makingLonger educational sessionsMore AIA continuing education creditsMore one-on-one time with expertsTech demosSee the 2008 Design Excellence Award winnersImprove ROI with “Smart Design”2008 Educational Planning Committee:Diana Mosher, Editor-in-Chief, Multi-Housing News; Keat Foong, Executive Editor, Multi-Housing News; Jack Kern, Managing Director, Kern Investment Research Counselors; Rick Hammann, Managing Principal, WDG Architecture; Lori Snider, Principal, Creativity for Rent; Sukhi Singh, Founder & COO, OpsTechnology; Desiree Pedersen, Director of Marketing, Fugleberg Koch Architects.Advisory Board:Anne Sadovsky, CSP, Author, Consultant; Lisa Benson, President, Ellipse Group Inc.; Glenn Housman, Senior Vice President & Director, CBRE Capital Markets; Bob Koch, Principal, Fugleberg Koch Architects; Bob Landis, Vice President, James Tax Credit Funds Inc; Joe Petersen, President, Insight Builders Group; Brian Ward, Managing Principal, Big Rock Partners LLC.