NMHC/NREI Spotlight Student Housing, Advertisers Sought

NMHC/NREI Spotlight Student Housing, Advertisers Sought

WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 16, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Once again, NMHC is pleased to work with National Real Estate Investor (NREI) magazine as the media partner for our Student Housing Conference, scheduled this year at the Arizona Biltmore for September 28-30.

As part of that partnership, we will be producing a special print supplement in the July issue ofNREI that will:

  • profile the NMHC Student Housing Council;
  • preview this year’s conference;
  • and provide compelling editorial coverage of the state of the student housing market.

We are seeking advertisers to support this important initiative.  Your advertising support not only helps raise the profile of our Council and our conference, but it also promotes your firm’s products and services to tens of thousands of potential business prospects.

Your ad will reach the 93,000-plus* readers of NREI and the supplement will be posted on both NMHC and NREI’s web sites, furthering its reach.  NREI’s website averages over 436,000 page views a month with more than 115,000 unique visitors.

Due to the format of the supplement, only a limited number of ads can be placed in the supplement.

NREI is offering special rates to NMHC member firms to advertise in the Student Housing Supplement to help support our research efforts.

  • Full page 4/color ad – $6905 net
  • 1/2 page 4/color ad – $3919 net
  • 1/4 square 4/color ad – $2602 net

Ads must be reserved by June 29thMaterials are needed by July 6th.

For more information, please call Rich Santos at 212/204-4227 or email him at">.

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Based in Washington, DC, National Multi Housing Council (NMHC) is a national association representing the interests of the larger and most prominent apartment firms in the U.S.  NMHC's members are the principal officers of firms engaged in all aspects of the apartment industry, including owners, developers, managers and financiers.  Nearly one-third of Americans rent their housing, and more than 14 percent live in a rental apartment.

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