Did you miss the NH&RA Fall Developers Forum? For a limited time only we are making available for purchase select conference recordings and materials including:
- State of the Economy and Multifamily Market
- Legislative and Regulatory Update
- American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Update, Part I: TCAP and Exchange Program Updates
- American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Update, Part II: Case Studies, Structuring TCAP and Exchange Deals
- Acquiring Troubled Properties
Session recordings may be purchased for $25 each or as a package for
$100″”a $25 savings! All purchases also include a digital copy of the
conference book and associated PowerPoint Presentations on CD-ROM
designed to play on your personal computer. Click here to download the order form.
State of the Economy and Multifamily Market: Bill Cheney, Chief Economist of John Hancock Financial, explored the state of the economy and how it impacts multifamily and affordable housing markets. Bill provided insight into current economic conditions as well where the economy is going, including key bench marks to watch out for when timing your future transactions. Bill is a nationally renowned economist and a frequent speaker on the economy for a wide range of radio and TV news and analysis programs.
Legislative and Regulatory Update: This panel featured key housing policy insiders including:
David Abromowitz (Goulston & Storrs & The Center For American Progress), Peter Bell (NH&RA)
Vince O’Donnell (LISC),
Barbara Sard, (US Department of Housing & Urban Development) and
Ali Solis (Enterprise Community Partners). The panel provided key insight into the new HUD Administration’s affordable housing priorities, proposed preservation and Section 8 legislation, industry efforts to improved the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit market and much more…This was a can’t miss session for affordable housing professionals looking to stay up to date on housing policy.
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Update, Part I: TCAP and 1602/Exchange
Program Updates: Leading affordable housing professionals explored key technical issues facing developers and professionals involved in American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) transactions. These include tax opinions, structuring and implementation issues, regulatory agreements and much more. Panelists included: John Mackey (Reznick Group),
Forrest Milder (Nixon Peabody LLP),
Steve Nolan (Nolan Sheehan Patten LLP),
Charlie Rhuda (Novogradac & Company) and
Dan Rosen (Klein Hornig LLP).
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Update, Part II: Case Studies,
Structuring TCAP and 1602/Exchange Deals: This panel provided key insights and lessons learned from developers that have closed TCAP and/or 1602/Exchange transactions. Learn how to navigate your transaction from the developers that have successfully navigated the ARRA process. Developers included: Charlie Allen (Evergreen Partners),
Ross Freeman (Pioneer Group, Inc.), Jeff Hettleman (The Shelter Group),
David Layfield (David Layfield & Associates) and
Nancy Rase (Homes For America).
Acquiring Troubled Properties: Looking for new development opportunities into today’s distress real estate markets? Learn the in’s and out’s of purchasing distressed debt, converting busted condos and acquiring troubled real estate through partnership interest acquisitions. Panelists included: Rachel Edwards (WinnDevelopment),
John Mackey (Reznick Group),
Mark Moorehouse (Dominium Development & Acquisition, LLC) and
Doug Rosner (Goulston & Storrs).
Questions? Contact Thom Amdur at 202-939-1753 or email@example.com. Click here to download the order form. Prefer to attend meetings in person? Make sure you register for the 2010 NH&RA Affordable Housing Conference & Annual Meeting, March 10-13 at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach, Miami Beach, Florida.