3.3.17: Michael Sneden and Dennis Suh Represent ValueXpress at the Self Storage Association Spring Conference & Trade Show in New Orleans, LA

Michael D. Sneden, Executive Vice President, and Dennis Suh, Vice President, will be representing ValueXpress at the Self Storage Association Spring Conference and Trade Show at the New Orleans Marriott in downtown New Orleans, Louisiana, March 15-17, 2017. They will be exhibiting during trade show hours on Wednesday 3:30-7:30 p.m. and Thursday 11:30 a.m.-1:45 p.m., which includes lunch on the trade show floor. Mike and Dennis will be available for one-on-one meetings outside trade show hours beginning Tuesday evening, March 14 through Thursday evening, March 17. If you want to meet for a drink or conversation, please email Mike at msneden@valuexpress.com or Dennis at dsuh@valuexpress.com.

The Self Storage Association is the industry’s foremost source for relevant and unbiased cutting-edge information regarding the self-storage business. The conference presents an opportunity to explore a wide variety of industry topics, all geared toward providing relevant information to grow within the vibrant self-storage industry. Participants will have an opportunity to learn from industry leaders, network with peers and interact with the industry’s top suppliers.

“We have been growing our 10-year fixed-rate self-storage lending significantly since the restart of the CMBS conduit loan market in 2010,” commented Dennis. “Self-storage loans are the best performing asset class in CMBS, and the market is hungry for more loans.”

“CMBS conduit loans are perfect for self-storage borrowers who want to grow,” explained Michael. “CMBS conduit loans provide for unrestricted cash out on a refinance, and our typical self-storage client uses the cash proceeds to buy or build another facility.”


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