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Podcast – Breaking Down The Housing Market with Ivy Zelman
Ivy Zelman, CEO of Zelman & Associates, joined us on the podcast to discuss the current housing market, her unique research methodology, and where the housing market is headed. As Chief Executive Officer of Zelman & Associates, Ivy Zelman, holds roughly 27 years of experience covering housing and housing-related industries. Founded in October 2007, Zelman […]
by Tyler Stewart • June 4, 2019
Podcast – The Current State of Retail Investing with Brian Neltner and Reynolds Thompson
This week, we sat down with Brian Neltner and Reynolds Thompson of Select Strategies Realty to discuss the current retail climate, where retail is in the cycle, and why retail might not deserve all the negative headlines.
by Tyler Stewart • May 16, 2019
Podcast – How Family Offices Evaluate Real Estate with DJ Van Keuren
DJ Van Keuren joined us on the podcast to discuss how family offices evaluate real estate sponsors and their deals. Mr. Van Keuren currently works for a Family Office who has over 30 years of experience in contrarian and distressed real estate investing producing a gross IRR of 32% on over 200 deals since 1998. […]
by Tyler Stewart • April 30, 2019
Minta Kay & Salil Gandhi – 10 Biggest Forces Driving The PropTech Movement
Welcome to the kickoff episode of the Goodwin Proptech Series, where Minta Kay & Salil Gandhi, co-chairs of Goodwin’s PropTech practice, discuss how the coming technology wave will impact real estate. Minta Kay is a partner in and chair of Goodwin’s Real Estate Industry group and a member of its Real Estate Joint Ventures, Real […]
by Tyler Stewart • April 15, 2019
Podcast – How Lenders View The Current Market With Jamie Woodwell
Jamie Woodwell, Vice President of Research and Economics at Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), joined us on the podcast to discuss their most recent research on how lenders view the current market.
by Tyler Stewart • April 3, 2019