Learn about a growing class of multifamily properties that maximize financial performance and minimize resource use.
- Lower maintenance and utility costs. Increased cash flow. Increased tenant comfort.
- Lower vacancy. Increased asset value. Reduced carbon footprint. Increased code compliance.
These are some of the benefits of better buildings, a growing class of properties that are built to maximize financial performance and minimize resource use, accruing benefits to tenants, building owners, and investors. These benefits are amplified in the multifamily housing sector, in which owners must balance financial stability and property condition with keeping rents competitive. Some multifamily lenders are already changing their lending practices to recognize that better buildings lower portfolio risk and to establish a foothold in this new and expanding market.
Join us to learn how to:
- Articulate the business case for better building lending to colleagues in your organization;
- Use examples and case studies to describe proven better building lending strategies, including improvements to existing products and services;
- Outline next steps for ensuring your institution is prepared to participate in the multifamily better building market.
Also, learn about offerings from the Connecticut Green Bank that can be used to implement these strategies and, for lenders, learn how to become a Green Bank partner.
This program is designed for multifamily lenders, property owners, managers and developers, professional service providers, contractors, housing and community development professionals, municipal officials and others interested in this opportunity.