Multifamily: Weathering Conditions Amidst COVID-19 (Webinar)

Colliers Canada’s COVID-19 webinar series continues with “Multifamily: Weathering Conditions Amidst COVID-19”. Join our panel of market experts moderated by Dayma Itamunoala – Senior Sales Representative, National Apartment Team| Colliers International, as they discuss topics relevant to both owners (including policies and managing tenants, rent and agreement termination) and investors (including transaction activity, global market insights and the pandemic’s effects on underwriting practices).

Featured panelists:

Mark Kenney - President & CEO | CAPREIT

Rob Watt - Co-founder & COO | DMS Group

Tony Irwin - President & CEO | Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO)

Matthew Bruchkowsky - Executive Director, Appraisals | Colliers International

Moderator:

Dayma Itamunoala – Senior Sales Representative, National Apartment Team | Colliers International

Date: May 25, 2020
Time: 10:00 a.m. PST / 1:00 p.m. EST

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Dayma Itamunoala

Sales Representative | Private Capital Investment Group

Toronto West

As part of the National Investment Team at Colliers International, Dayma focuses on complex apartment and townhouse dispositions in the Ontario region.  With a diligent focus on quantitive analysis and market presence - Dayma consistently exceeds his clients' disposition objectives. His team executes flawlessly, ensuring a smooth progression through the marketing process from beginning to end - all while maximizing value and mitigating any potential risks.

Prior to Multifamily Investment Sales, Dayma worked alongside Andrew Barnicke and Scott Chandler on the Capital Markets Team.

Dayma was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. He attended the Ivey School of Business at Western University where he graduated with Honors.

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Scott Bowden

Managing Director | British Columbia

Vancouver

Scott joined Colliers International’s Vancouver office in November 2009, working directly with the Head of Property Tax in British Columbia to reestablish the group.  In 2013, Scott was promoted to the role of Senior Associate and focuses on preliminary negotiations with agents of the British Columbia Assessment Authority, as well as playing an advocacy role in front of the Property Assessment Review Panel and Property Assessment Appeal Board.
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