Sponsored by Arixa Capital Advisors and UCLA Anderson School, this panel discussion will center around the business of investing in single family homes, both for renovation and resale, as well as operating portfolios of single family homes for rental income and appreciation.
Arixa Managing Director Greg Hebner will be participating in the Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum California on July 12, 2013. His panel is entitled, "On the Horizon: Alternative Multifamily Strategies." For more information, please visit Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum.
Jan Brzeski, Principal and Portfolio Manager, for Arixa Capital Advisors participated on the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Real Estate panel held May 2nd in Brentwood, California.
Arixa Capital is excited to announce its next roundtable discussion event: Single Family Takes Center Stage.
Jan will speak on Thursday, January 24 at 5:15 p.m. Conference details are available by clicking here. Jan's panel will address single family residential investment strategies. Further information on the panel is provided below.
Our 7th annual event happens Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Once again, we will hold the event at the Anderson School at UCLA thanks to the support and co-sponsorship of the Ziman Center. Please click here for the event flier and click here to register. Last year we had over 250 attendees. Our event has been successful because it combines three things seldom found together: (1) a lively and experienced panel that emphasizes candor; (2) a great price of $15 which includes beer, wine and appetizers; and (3) excellent networking.
Jan will be speaking Thursday, November 29 at 11:10 a.m. at the JW Marriott Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona at this conference, which is dedicated to the growing business of investing in single family homes. His panel is entitled "Fix-up and Flip: How to Make Returns on a Large Scale." Jan's contribution will be about providing bridge financing to investors who specialize in this kind of investment, while the other panelists are mostly larger-scale "fix-and-flip" operators themselves. For more information about the conference, click here.
To all who registered for and/or attended our event last week, thank you for coming. If you were able to attend, we hope you found it valuable. If you are interested in the photos that were taken of the event, please click here.
To read more about the event, please click here.
The unique value proposition for this event series is the high quality networking and educational opportunity combined with the very low registration fee ($15 for pre-registration or $20 at the door). The fact that beer, wine and appetizers are included in the price is also popular with participants.
For those of you who were unable to attend, or would simply like to listen to the discussion again, the UCLA Ziman Center was kind enough to record the event again this year. We plan to post this video very soon, so please check back on this blog for that link.
If you have suggestions for making the event even better next year, or would like to reach us for any other reason, we would love to hear from you. Please email Jan Brzeski at email@example.com.
This year's event is set for Wednesday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Anderson School. For details, including speakers and registration, please visit the conference website: http://arixacapital.com/conference. What Makes this Event Special Last year, our event drew over 220 attendees for networking, refreshments and a lively panel discussion among some of Southern California's most established and interesting real estate investors. The reason our event has succeeded while other conferences sometimes draw limited attendance include three main factors:
(1) Great Panel. The panel discussion is unusually candid, as we track a core group of investors through the full real estate market cycle. This "longitudinal study" aspect of our event is unique. We are told each year that our panel is one of the best, or the best, among all the California conferences.
(2) The Price is Right. At only $20 per person ($15 with pre-registration), including food, beer and wine, there is no better value than our conference. We thank our key sponsors including the Ziman Center at the Anderson School, and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, for keeping the cost to a minimum.
(3) Excellent Networking. Our event starts with a one-hour reception during which you will meet valuable contacts in a collegial atmosphere. At the reception and after the discussion, you can meet the panelists and other professionals and investors in our industry.