Information Management Network (IMN)
PHOENIX, Nov. 08, 2016 — Information Management Network (IMN), the leading conference producer in real estate finance and subsidiary of Euromoney Institutional Investor, is pleased to announce the continuation of its partnership with the National Rental Home Council (NRHC), a non-partisan organization dedicated to advocating for the single-family rental industry, at its upcoming Single Family Rental Investment Forum from December 5-7 in Phoenix, Arizona.
IMN’s series of single family rental (SFR) conferences, considered the de facto gatherings for the industry since their inception five years ago, feature a “Who’s Who” of SFR buyers (ranging from large institutional groups to “fix & flippers”), lenders, and service providers/vendors.
Expecting well over 1,000 attendees, the Arizona forum boasts unparalleled networking and new business opportunities, as well as key industry insights and education from the expert speaker faculty.
“IMN’s single family rental forums provide an unparalleled opportunity for our members to connect with other industry stakeholders to discuss top-of-mind issues for this growing and dynamic sector of the housing economy. We look forward to strengthening our partnership with IMN over the years to come and engaging with professionals throughout the industry,” said Diane Tomb, Executive Director of the NRHC.
The NRHC will welcome attendees with opening remarks on Monday, December 5th, followed by an evening reception for prospective members. The following day, Tomb will moderate a panel of member company CEOs (including industry pioneers such as: American Homes 4 Rent, Colony American Homes, Silver Bay, and Tricon American Homes) that will delve into challenges, opportunities and next steps for the industry.
“We are thrilled to deepen our partnership with the NRHC as we build and expand these vital conferences for the single family rental industry. I fully expect Arizona to be the best event yet for this exciting franchise,” said Andy Melvin, Managing Director at IMN.