GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum Presents

Influencers in Multifamily Real Estate

Covid-19 has upended the vast majority of commercial real estate including the perennial golden child of multifamily. The sector must deal with unpaid rents, shifting valuations and changing underwriting requirements by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

That said, despite the turmoil introduced by the novel coronavirus, apartments are still one of the better positioned asset classes due to its long-standing fundamentals.

Multifamily professional are, in short, engaged in a juggling act right now having to one, navigate the coronavirus’ impact and two, continue to stay on top of the dynamics within the space, which can range from reimagining historic landmarks, transforming eyesores into creative multifamily plans, orchestrating substantial transactions, seeking approvals from municipalities, or securing capital for projects.

GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum is looking to shine a spotlight on the people and firms who are helping to shape the multifamily market during this unprecedented time. For commercial real estate’s Influencers in Multifamily Real Estate, we are seeking professionals who continue to drive the market’s spectacular performance. Within this next installment of our Influencer series, we will profile not only the pioneers who have made an impact with their individual efforts, but also the teams and entire organizations which have become critical to the industry. These individuals, teams and companies have a recognizable and significant impact on the business, be it through their contributions to the industry, the vast successes they’ve racked up in completing deals and projects, or the innovations and best practices they’ve introduced to the business. These game-changers have established themselves as market leaders through their direct and indirect actions.

Deadline is July 17, 2020

We will accept submissions as long as the form remains open.
For inquiries about this series or the selection process, that are not addressed here or on the FAQs page, contact editorial coordinator, Ingrid Tunberg.

What You Need to Know

  • You may nominate individuals, teams or organizations. If nominating individuals, please submit no more than five nominees per company. If nominating a team or company, please include only the names and titles of its leaders and key members. We encourage you to limit your entries to nominees who have made indelible impacts on the business.
  • All nominations must include color headshots. Images must be minimum 300 dpi files in .jpg format. If you are unable to submit a photo, you will have the opportunity to do so upon notification of selection.
  • Final entries must be electronically submitted via the Nominate Now webpage (e-mail and fax are not acceptable). Late entries will not be considered.