2.17.17: Michael Sneden and Dennis Suh Represent ValueXpress at the MBA Conference in San Diego, CA

Michael D. Sneden, Executive Vice President, and Dennis Suh, Vice President, will be representing ValueXpress at the Mortgage Bankers Association Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF)/Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, California, February 19-22, 2017. The convention is expected to attract over 3,000 commercial and multifamily professionals who will be networking with industry leaders and listening to professionals share their views on the direction of the industry.

“I have been attending CREF for over 15 years, and it is by far the best opportunity to meet my colleagues to share our past, current and future views on the commercial real estate lending markets,” said Sneden. “This year, with various risk-retention structures being tested and the wall of maturities from 2007 not producing the level of new originations expected, I am curious to hear what industry pros have to say about these and other key elements of the CMBS business.”

“The MBA provides ValueXpress an opportunity to connect with all our debt investors to make sure we understand their appetite for deals,” commented Suh. “Some lenders prefer low-leverage deals and will provide very attractive interest rates to win those deals; some of our other partners will do more difficult deals for just slightly higher interest rates. We need to understand where everyone stands to be sure we direct our clients’ transactions to where they will receive the best execution.”

Mike and Dennis will be in San Diego from Sunday, February 19 through Wednesday, February 22. If you want to get meet for a drink or conversation between session presentations, please email Mike at msneden@valuexpress.com or Dennis at dsuh@valuexpress.com.

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