Land Gorilla and MRG Docs to Guide Industry Leaders Toward Housing Shortage Solutions this August

On August 22, mortgage industry leaders gather at the The Ground Up: Construction Lending Summit to share strategies on easing increasing housing tension in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex housing market, which grows by an estimated 400 residents each day. 

With a historically low inventory of homes and an increase of housing costs by 50 percent over the last five years, the region is ripe for inventory growth and investment.

Summit Highlights Include: 

  • Specifics of a market primed for new housing developments
  • Key elements for a working Construction-to-Permanent Loan program
  • Strategies to avoid potential legal quagmires that can plague underwriting new residential construction loans
  • Ideas for partnerships devoted to growing a book of business

Speakers:

Shannon Faries
Director of Risk Management
Land Gorilla

Christina Jenkins
Attorney and Director of Customer Support
MRG Docs

Joaquin Tremols
Director, Single Family Housing
USDA

Dan McPheeters
Program Development
Fannie Mae

Paige Shipp
Regional Director
Metrostudy

Where & When

Tuesday, August 22
Summit: 1:30 to 4:30PM
Reception: 4:30 to 6:00PM

Venue Forty50
4050 Belt Line Road
Addison, TX 75001

Tickets

$85 for early bird registrants; $99 for general admission.
To purchase, please visit: https://www.landgorilla.com/ground-up

Sponsors include: Metrostudy, FirstBank Correspondent Lending, and American Financial Resources (AFR). HousingWire is the media sponsor.


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