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Value Added: Finding and Saving Money in a Recovering Real Estate Economy

September 30, 2010

September 30, 2010
1:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Shipman & Goodwin
Hartford Office
Hartford, CT

Our real estate economy is showing signs of life, but as it lurches forward, builders, developers, property owners and consultants need to maximize every opportunity to be cost effective and cost efficient. This three-hour, rapid-fire seminar will provide practical, timely advice on how to find and save money in acquisition, financing, development, permitting, energy procurement, green building, historic preservation, construction and rehabilitation.

The speakers will be lawyers from Shipman & Goodwin’s Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use Practice Group, as well as infrastructure finance professionals from the firm of Stone & Youngberg. Cocktails will be served on the Firm’s outdoor patio following the seminar.

Topics Include:

  • Dodd-Frank Reform Act: Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending - Bill Rock
  • Infrastructure Finance - Glenn Rybacki, Kent Nevins with Jeff Hyman and Ramiro Albarran from Stone & Youngberg
  • Private Transfer Fee Credits - Barry Hawkins 
  • Energy: Efficiency, Distributed Generation and Procurement - Matt Ranelli
  • Performance Bonds: Letters of Credit and Releases - Jim Schulwolf
  • Excessive Application Fees - Tim Hollister
  • Property Tax Rights - Beth Critton
  • Preserving Property Rights - Chris Smith
  • Green Building - Tax Benefits and Other Strategies - Eli Strassfeld and Kent Nevins 
  • Smart Construction Spending - Mike Meo and Derek Mogck
  • Historic Tax Credits - Todd Doyle

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