NCREIF Virtual Winter Conference 2021

March 15 - 25, 2021

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Foundations for the Future

This March, during our third virtual conference, we explore the theme of foundations. Not the foundations that have led us to where we are, but the building blocks for where we're going, as an economy, with a financial system, that supports our real estate market and our roles as investors and investment fiduciaries.

In addition to our commitee meetings, foundational to our organization both past and future, this March we strive to educate on ESG (Environment, Social and Governance), becoming more and more important to the world we both live and invest in. We look ahead to a new foundational interest rate, as Libor fades away, and we explore where we are in the cycle, to understand the underpinnings of our economic and real estate market recoveries.

During our conference, we will also dive into several property types. We expect to virtually tour a Data Center, which is quickly becoming a favored sub-type and foundational to the ability for all of us to get our work done. Our Housing session will feature an emphasis on single-family rentals, the newest addition to some portfolios, and finally, we are very excited to host our first ever session jointly planned by our Farmland and Timberland experts. Please join us!

Conference Registration Information

The conference is open to all employees of NCREIF member firms at no charge. The conference is closed to Non-NCREIF Members.

Once you register for the conference you will receive detailed agendas and links to register for specific sessions.

Continuing Education Credits will be available for sessions attended.

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NCREIF conferences are closed to non-members.  Only registered members or those with prior approval are permitted to attend any meetings or events.

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