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2021 Congressional Briefing

The impact of federal policies on real estate

Wednesday, July 21 | 12:00 - 1:00pm Eastern

IREM® (The Institute of Real Estate Management) and CCIM, affiliates of the National Association of REALTORS®, invites you to join a luncheon briefing addressing:

Preserving the 1031 Like-kind Exchange
Useful tool or just a tax loophole? Learn how 1031 exchanges provide flexibility that helps revitalize buildings and communities by creating jobs and increasing affordable housing.

Affordable housing
Just about everyone agrees there is an affordable housing shortage, but who's responsible and how to fix it is a murkier picture.

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Speakers

Shannon Longino

Shannon Longino, CPM®
Vice President, Truist Bank
Atlanta, GA

Shannon Longino is currently First Vice President with Truist Bank and works with their Affordable Housing Finance/Asset Management Division (Truist Community Capital). She has been in the industry for more than 25 years and has an extensive background in multi-family Property Management and Asset Management Leadership. She has held several positions of increasing responsibility i.e., Senior Vice President, Vice President/Senior Asset Manager, Regional Manager, Property Manager, and Resident Services Director. She has been a Team Member with a leading Banking entity (Truist) and Property Management entities primarily in the Georgia, Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Mississippi markets.

With more than 27 years of service, Shannon continues to serve in our industry and in her community as she a living Legacy of the Eastlake Community and was the youngest Member to serve on the Eastlake Planning Committee as she supported her grandmother, Eva Davis, who originally initiated efforts to redevelop Eastlake Meadows. She continues her passion by working to partner with Agencies, Programs, and Initiatives of Eastlake and Atlanta abroad whose primary mission is to continue progress with Community Development and Community Relationship Restoration.

Susan Monaghan

Susan Monaghan, CPM®, PHM®
Executive Director, Cumberland Housing Authority
Cumberland, Rhode Island

For more than 40 years, Susan Monaghan has worked in the affordable housing industry in both the private and public sector. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Cumberland Housing Authority in Rhode Island. She is a member of the Greater Rhode Island Chapter No. 88.

Monaghan holds the designation the Certified Property Manager (CPM)® from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), as well as the Public Housing Manager’s certification (PHM).

Monaghan joined IREM® in 1982 and earned her CPM designation in 1983. On the Chapter level, she served as Secretary, President Elect and President for the Greater Rhode Island Chapter No. 88. She has served on and chaired various committees including Education, Public Relations, ARM® , CPM® and AMO® ; Admissions, as well as the Executive Council. She continues to co-chair the Education Committee. Monaghan is a two-time recipient of the Chapter’s CPM® ; of the Year Award.

Nationally, Monaghan has been involved as a member of the Diversity Advisory Board, was its Vice Chair in 2013 and its Chair in 2014. In 2014, she was appointed to the Federal Housing Advisory Board (FHAB) and served as its Vice Chair for 2016-2017. She has been on the Governing Council since 2010 and was RVP for Region 1 in 2017 – 2019. She is the current Vice Chair for FHAB.

Daniel Wagner

Daniel Wagner
Senior Vice President of Government Relations, The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc.
Oak Brook, IL

Daniel Wagner is senior vice president of government relations for The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc. He has been a licensed real estate broker since 2004 and holds Series 7 and 63 security licenses.

Wagner serves on numerous real estate industry, and governmental boards and committees. He served as Treasurer and President Elect of the ILLINOIS REALTORS® , President of the CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® in 2016 and was the 2016 Commercial Liaison for the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® . Wagner was named 2017 REALTOR® of the Year by the CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and received the 2017 Commercial Award from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® . In 2019 he was inducted into the Hall of Fame for the Illinois REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS® . Wagner is also a commissioner on the DuPage Airport Authority and serves as the Chairman of the Authority’s Capital Development Committee. Wagner is the Chairman of the Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce. Wagner was installed as the Secretary of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce in 2020. Additionally, he serves as a Trustee for The Conservation Foundation and the DuPage Historical Museum Foundation.

As a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, Wagner has been a significant advocate for the Marketplace Fairness Act which the Supreme Court ruled into law in 2018. Wagner is also a board member of the Institute for Portfolio Alternatives’- (IPA) and was selected in 2020 to serve on the Executive Committee. In 2018 he received the IPA Outstanding Service Award for his role as Co-Chair of the Policy and Government Affairs Committee. He was a part of the Real Estate Roundtable’s 1031 Like-Kind Exchange Coalition, whose ultimate outcome was the preservation of the 1031 Like-Kind Exchange in the 2018 Federal Tax Law. He is a board member for the Civic Federation of Chicago and is active in the United States Chamber of Commerce, Illinois Manufacturers Association, and Illinois Retail Merchants Association.

In 2014, he received the Advocacy Award from the Illinois Park and Recreation Association for his work on behalf of special needs children in his community. Wagner is a longtime volunteer for the Hinsdale Wellness House which helps people with cancer. In 2015, the Illinois State University Political Science Department honored him with their alumni award. In 2018, he received the Illinois State University’s College of Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame Award and the Illinois State University Division of Student Affairs Steve and Sandi Adams Legacy Hall of Fame Award. In February of 2020, Illinois State University honored him with the Alumni Achievement Award. In addition, Wagner was nominated and selected to be in the 2019 Class for the Governor Jim Edgar Fellowship Program

Wagner obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Illinois State University. He is married and has four children, three of whom are triplets.

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