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According to the National Association of Realtors, more than 700,000 new apartment units were absorbed by renters in 2021, representing 50% more units than the pre-pandemic high and outpacing apartments delivered in 2021. This supply and demand imbalance is expected to continue, creating unprecedented opportunities for investors looking to generate outsized returns by investing in multifamily ground-up development. In today’s volatile market, it’s not enough to build the traditional portfolio of stocks and bonds, and investing in private real estate can provide crucial diversification. The tailwinds in the current market, have many bullish on multifamily development.

Join this complimentary webcast to discover how to meet high-net-worth investor goals, differentiate your practice and build stronger relationships with a holistic portfolio approach. You will learn:

  • The benefits of private multifamily real estate to investors
  • Why multifamily is the most attractive real estate asset class due to rent growth, rising inflation and the supply shortage in housing
  • Why an increasing number of advisors are allocating their clients’ portfolios to private real estate
  • And more …


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David Welk | Managing Director of Acquisitions | Origin Investments

Origin Investments is a top decile fund manager with expertise in building, buying, and operating institutional-class multifamily real estate across the United States. Over his 20-year career, David has personally executed more than $1.9 billion in real estate transactions. At Origin, David shapes the firm’s investment strategy and is directly responsible for sourcing investment opportunities across the firm’s target markets. Prior to joining Origin, Dave worked in Deutsche Bank’s global commercial real estate investment and advisory division known as RREEF, where he was involved in the acquisition of more than $500 million of multifamily, office, industrial and retail assets on behalf of the firm’s pension fund clients.