We all seek financial security and attempt to make wise decisions regarding our investments. Unfortunately, in these times of uncertainty, the causes for concern seem overwhelming. We are inundated with alarming news on a daily basis regarding the ongoing global pandemic, climate change, economic turmoil, and an increasingly divisive political landscape.
RHAWA’s Annual Economic Summit clears the noise and focuses on what matters to you as a housing provider in Washington State. Working together, our panel of experts will provide you with up-to-date information based on practical knowledge and experience in their various areas of expertise. We will begin with a coordinated presentation on the economic outlook for Washington housing providers, including reviewing recent changes in various aspects of law and the anticipated impact on property investors. Then the panel will discuss questions from the audience, both live and pre-submitted.
Candice Chevaillier brings 19 years of commercial real estate investment sales experience in the Seattle market. She recently joined Lee & Associates as a Principal to spearhead the growth of their Multifamily practice. Her commercial investment real estate sales total over $170 million, to include 871 units across 105 buildings. Prior to joining Lee, she was a top broker for various other national and local brokerage firms including Marcus & Millichap, The Foundation Group, and SVN Whitecap. She is a Co-Founder and Principal at Commercial Analytics, a technology and research company delivering cutting edge apartment research in the Puget Sound. In 2020, Candice was awarded the Connect CRE's Connect CRE 2020 Women in Real Estate Award and the Globe Street 2020 Real Estate Forum Women of Influence award. Candice is on the Board of Directors for the Commercial Broker’s Association (CBA) and the Rental Housing Association (RHA), and is active in the local Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Institute and the Commercial Real Estate Women’s (CREW) network. She has a passion for travel and adventure with her husband and two young sons, and an intense work hard / play hard attitude.
James McCafferty is Director of Western Washington University's Center for Economic and Business Research. In this role, he seeks to broaden the connections between the University, the College of Business and Economics and the real world – businesses, non-profits and government agencies – through student internships, classroom based projects and consultative projects drawing on faculty, staff and students.
James’ core skill areas include: research, financial modeling, business development, branding/identity, marketing, finance, tax and legal issues (from a lay perspective), operations, growth management, and strategic partnering.
James has an MBA from Western Washington University, a Bachelor of Science in Journalism/Public Relations from University of Oregon, is a Certified Global Business Professional and serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of University Business and Economic Research.
Jaime Nacht is Co-founder of HAVIUM, a prop-tech firm focused entirely on investment in single-family rental property. He has years of experience analyzing, acquiring and running private real estate portfolios for clients. Jaime co-developed HAVIUM's enterprise-level software, which has analyzed more than $158 billion in rental property opportunities, and provided extensive deep analysis of more than 4,000 optimal properties for clients. Havium investments have generated consistent double-digit annual returns for clients since the company was founded.
Dylan Simon is an executive vice president at Kidder Mathews in Seattle, Washington. His expertise is in the sale of apartment buildings and development land in Seattle and the Puget Sound region. Dylan is a co-founder of his multifamily brokerage team, which represents apartment investors and developers in the purchase and sale of apartment buildings and development land ranging from $1 million to more than $100 million.
Dylan holds a Juris Doctorate from the UCLA School of Law and is licensed as an attorney and a commercial real estate broker in both Washington State and California. Dylan has a degree in mechanical engineering, having started his professional career in industrial construction and design.
Dylan is one of the most active multifamily brokers in the Puget Sound region, and the research and thought leadership produced by his team is followed throughout the commercial real estate industry.
Austin Bowlin, CPA is a Partner at Real Estate Transition Solutions (RETS), a national real estate investment advisory firm specializing in 1031 Exchange strategies and Delaware Statutory Trust investments.
As Chief Exchange Strategist, Austin leads the firm’s team of licensed 1031 Exchange advisors and analysts. His work focuses on tax analysis, developing tax-deferral strategies, legal entity re-structuring, co-ownership arrangements, 1031 replacement property options, and Delaware Statutory Trust investments.
Austin serves as an advisor and an advocate for owners of highly appreciated real estate. He has extensive subject matter expertise and is a monthly contributor of educational articles to a variety of investment property owner focused publications. Additionally, he regularly presents webinars and at conferences on 1031 Exchange strategies and Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investments.
Chester Baldwin is a lobbyist and attorney in private practice at Baldwin Legal Group, PLLC representing clients at the Legislature and with agencies of government. He has built strong relationships with lawmakers in House and Senate Leadership and members of each caucus to facilitate the priorities of his clients. Mr. Baldwin’s business experience along with his degrees in Healthcare, Finance, Business Computer Information Systems, and Law make him uniquely positioned to facilitate unified solutions on a broad range of client issues. He routinely facilitates meetings with lawmakers, reviews and drafts legislation, and testifies before the Legislature.
This session is offered ONLINE only. After class, all participants will receive a link to recorded session (accessible for 30 days) and downloadable materials for review.
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Members can subscribe to the Annual Class Pass with dues renewal. Contact education@RHAwa.org for more information.
Digital event sponsorships are available. If you are interested in these opportunities, please contact Jaci Willoughby for more information