Multi-family properties—apartment buildings, multiplexes, rehabbed and subdivided single-family houses—have fared well during the general real estate downtown. As individuals look to more affordable, stable, and short-term housing, they increasingly look to apartments and multiplexes. These trends are fueling a substantial increase in the development of new multi-family properties and the rehabilitation of existing properties into multiplexes. The credit crisis and recession in the real estate economy, however, have made both conventional and government-guaranteed financing of these properties much more challenging. The short-term nature of occupancy of these properties also puts a premium on carefully drafted management agreements. This program provides you with a practical guide to planning, structuring, and drafting the development, finance, and management of multi-family properties.