One of the big questions in crafting inclusionary housing (IH) polices is how these policies might affect the viability of new development. To address this question, this webinar will train participants in financial feasibility analysis of IH policies. The training will preview the new Inclusionary Calculator Tool, which Cornerstone developed to aid such analysis.
In this webinar, participants will learn how to approach feasibility analysis in a variety of market conditions and circumstances using real-world development projects and policy challenges. The webinar will also teach participants how to decode real estate jargon and understand developer perspectives regarding profit, risk and the role of the public sector as a development partner.
Please sign up to be informed of potential opportunities to test the IH Calculator as Cornerstone works towards its finalization.
Paul Peninger | Consultant, Cornerstone Partnership
Paul Peninger is an urban economics consultant specializing in housing policy, development feasibility analysis and real estate transaction support. Before forming his own consulting practice in 2013, Paul was a principal with BAE Urban Economics leading dozens of projects across the US, primarily in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. As a recognized housing policy expert, Paul has successfully led affordable and workforce housing plans, implementation projects and policy studies for both large and small jurisdictions across the country. In addition to housing, Paul specializes in real estate feasibility analysis and finance spanning the full range of land use and development types. Paul holds a Bachelors degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz and a Master of City Planning degree from the University of California, Berkeley.