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Bay Area Opportunity Zones 2.0

August 8, 2019 8:00am11:00amNext Month
Julie Treppa

On the heels of recently released regulation by the US government, we dive back into the state of OZs in the Bay Area.

What You'll Learn

  1. What are the most important takeaways from the government's newly released regulations
  2. What do the new regulations mean for investors and developers looking to raise capital for a QOZ Fund or deploy capital toward a project on an OZ tract?
  3. What Opportunity Zone developments are underway throughout the Bay Area?
  4. How can investors and developers use Opportunity Zones to benefit communities in need, rather than increase gentrification and displacement?
  5. How are professionals forming Qualified Opportunity Zone Funds and raising capital?

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