Build To Rent Virtual Summit

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EVENT DATE

13th Apr 2021

LOCATION

Live Webinar

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Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane  (GMT+10): 9am to 5pm
Adelaide (GMT+9.3): 8.30am to 4.30pm
Perth, Singapore, Malaysia (GMT+8): 7am to 3pm
New Zealand (GMT+12): 11am to 7pm

 

Learning Objectives

  • Policy and planning regulations on BTR
  • Discovering BTR opportunities in Australia?
  • Building and adopting successful financing models via investments for BTR projects
  • Studying and comprehending different BTR approaches across all states
  • Attracting investors
  • Design considerations of BTR vs BTS
  • Learning from case studies of BTR in other countries
  • Updates on the changing regulatory and taxation landscape
  • Constructing a robust BTR framework in Australia
  • Understanding the needs of Long Term Renters
  • Planning and designing concepts

Featuring Our Speakers

Chairperson:

Dr Diaswati (Asti) Mardiasmo, Chief Economist, PRD Real Estate

Speakers:

Ben Burston, Chief Economist, Knight Frank Australia Pty Ltd

Ed Steffelin, Senior Vice President, George Smith Partners

Mitch Rotta, Director of New Construction, TRICOR

Paul Winstanley, Senior Director, Head of Build to Rent – Aus & NZ, Jones Lang La Salle

Chris Hayton, Principal, Rothelowman

Henry Vuu, Senior Director, Head of Execution and Analysis, Qualitas

Dr. Sara J. Wilkinson, Professor of Sustainable Property, University of Technology Sydney

Paul Savitz, Director, Student Accommodation, Savills Aus & NZ

Nick Staikos MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, Victorian Government

Nick Rogaris & Cherie Mulyono, Partner, PwC

Heather Maxwell, Development Director – Advisory Services, Development Victoria

Who should attend?

  • Developers
  • Banks
  • Commonwealth and State Treasury
  • State Planning Authorities
  • Community Housing Providers
  • Local Councils
  • Architects
  • Investors
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • Property Lawyers
  • Pension Funds
  • Superannuation Funds

Topics Covered

  • Current State of Play: BTR Opportunities in Australia
  • Build to rent in the USA – Overview
  • Build-to-Rent: A New Approach to Single-Family Housing
  • Major Considerations on the Financials of Build-to-Rent in Australia
  • Design Variables between BTR and BTS
  • Capital / Investment interest in BTR in Australia
  • Hitting the Mark: Understanding the Nature of Tenant Demand
  • What can BTR Learn from the Student Accommodation Model?
  • Understanding the Role of Government in Driving Growth in BTR
  • Overcoming Tax Barriers in The BTR Sector In Australia
  • Closing the Market Gap in Affordable Housing with BTR

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