Apartment Industry Leaders to Speak at Annual Meeting

Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from Real Estate Conference Group

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 Most multifamily sectors have retained their strength in this volatile
 economic climate.  Exploring how, why, where and what's in store, more than
 40 apartment industry experts examine Apartments 2001 on September 24, 2001 at
 the Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles.  Conference producer is Real Estate
 Conference Group.
     W. Dean Henry and R. Scot Sellers will keynote the event.  Mr. Henry is
 president of Legacy Partners Residential, Inc., one of the largest developers
 and managers of residential property in the Western United States.  Mr.
 Sellers is chairman and CEO of Archstone Communities, a national leader in
 virtually all aspects of the apartment industry.
     Featured speakers are Richard B. Gold, principal, Lend Lease Real Estate
 Investments; Harvey E. Green, president, CEO, Marcus & Millichap; Mitchell W.
 Kiffe, vice president, multifamily, Freddie Mac; Heidi McKibben, vice
 president, multifamily, Fannie Mae; REIT specialists, Alan George, executive
 vice president, Equity Residential Property Trust; Keith R. Guericke,
 president, CEO, Essex Property Trust, Inc.; Frank McDowell, president, CEO,
 BRE Properties, Inc.; and Timothy J. Naughton, chief investment officer,
 AvalonBay Communities, Inc.
     Additional highlights will be panel discussions on energy, economics,
 finance, investing, development, advisor analyses, brokerage and technology.
     Conference sponsors are ARCS Commercial Mortgage Company, LP; Berkshire
 Mortgage Finance; California Real Estate Journal; CallSource; CB Richard
 Ellis; Chicago Title Company; Cushman & Wakefield; Ernst & Young; First
 American Title Company; Fremont Investment & Loan; GE Capital Real Estate;
 GlobeSt.com; Grubb & Ellis Company; Hanover Financial Company; Hendricks &
 Partners; LoopNet, Inc.; Marcus & Millichap; National Water & Power Company;
 O'Melveny & Meyers; Pacific Life; PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP; Real Estate
 Forum; Real Estate Southern California; Realhound.com; RealPage, Inc.;
 SpringStreet.com; Verizon Communications; and Washington Mutual.
     A leading forum for apartment industry professionals, the annual
 Apartments conference has attendees from all over the country coming to hear,
 explore and exchange insights and experiences with their peers.  Cost for the
 full-day program is $260 until September 10, 2001 and $295 thereafter.  For
 information, call (310) 271-1276 or visit the website,
 www.realestateoutlook.com.
 
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    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 Most multifamily sectors have retained their strength in this volatile
 economic climate.  Exploring how, why, where and what's in store, more than
 40 apartment industry experts examine Apartments 2001 on September 24, 2001 at
 the Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles.  Conference producer is Real Estate
 Conference Group.
     W. Dean Henry and R. Scot Sellers will keynote the event.  Mr. Henry is
 president of Legacy Partners Residential, Inc., one of the largest developers
 and managers of residential property in the Western United States.  Mr.
 Sellers is chairman and CEO of Archstone Communities, a national leader in
 virtually all aspects of the apartment industry.
     Featured speakers are Richard B. Gold, principal, Lend Lease Real Estate
 Investments; Harvey E. Green, president, CEO, Marcus & Millichap; Mitchell W.
 Kiffe, vice president, multifamily, Freddie Mac; Heidi McKibben, vice
 president, multifamily, Fannie Mae; REIT specialists, Alan George, executive
 vice president, Equity Residential Property Trust; Keith R. Guericke,
 president, CEO, Essex Property Trust, Inc.; Frank McDowell, president, CEO,
 BRE Properties, Inc.; and Timothy J. Naughton, chief investment officer,
 AvalonBay Communities, Inc.
     Additional highlights will be panel discussions on energy, economics,
 finance, investing, development, advisor analyses, brokerage and technology.
     Conference sponsors are ARCS Commercial Mortgage Company, LP; Berkshire
 Mortgage Finance; California Real Estate Journal; CallSource; CB Richard
 Ellis; Chicago Title Company; Cushman & Wakefield; Ernst & Young; First
 American Title Company; Fremont Investment & Loan; GE Capital Real Estate;
 GlobeSt.com; Grubb & Ellis Company; Hanover Financial Company; Hendricks &
 Partners; LoopNet, Inc.; Marcus & Millichap; National Water & Power Company;
 O'Melveny & Meyers; Pacific Life; PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP; Real Estate
 Forum; Real Estate Southern California; Realhound.com; RealPage, Inc.;
 SpringStreet.com; Verizon Communications; and Washington Mutual.
     A leading forum for apartment industry professionals, the annual
 Apartments conference has attendees from all over the country coming to hear,
 explore and exchange insights and experiences with their peers.  Cost for the
 full-day program is $260 until September 10, 2001 and $295 thereafter.  For
 information, call (310) 271-1276 or visit the website,
 www.realestateoutlook.com.
 
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