Harold Shultz is taking part in a panel discussion organized by the APA New York Chapter on February 16 2012, entitled, Revisiting the Growing Impact of the Mortgage and Credit Crisis on New York City.

Last year’s mortgage crisis panel discussion revealed that NYC neighborhoods continue to be negatively impacted by  foreclosures and overleveraged multifamily properties.

This session Max Weselcouch will present this year’s findings of the State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods, an annual study conducted by the NYU Furman Center for Real Estate that reviews the impact of foreclosures on New York City neighborhoods.  She will also present research on loan modifications. Harold Shultz, Senior Fellow at the Citizen’s Housing and Planning Council and President of Neighborhood Restore will present updated research on the overleveraged multifamily housing and policy actions to mitigate the crisis. John Warren of Workforce Housing Advisors, a housing management and investment firm, will discuss his experience in negotiating discounted purchase of overleveraged property and their long term management strategies.

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February 16, 2012:  6 to 8pm

New York City Economic Development Corporation

110 William Street, 4th Floor

New York, NY 10038


Harold Shultz: Fellow: Citizens Housing and Planning Council

Max Weselcouch : Data Manager and Research Analyst,  Furman Center, NYU

John Warren, Founding Member, Workforce Housing Advisors