2009 Housing Credit Conference & Marketplace, June 15-18 (Los Angeles, CA)
NCSHA’s annual Housing Credit conference is the industry event of the year. At this critical crossroads for the Credit, only NCSHA brings leaders and top development and monitoring staff from the state Housing Credit allocating agencies together with government officials, developers, lenders, syndicators, investors, attorneys, accountants, property managers, compliance experts, owners, and nonprofits. Across more than 30 sessions, in the Marketplace, and at several networking events, the heavy hitters of the industry and their agency partners will deliver the latest news on how to make the Housing Credit work in these unprecedented times.
Hear first-hand how the states are implementing the most significant changes to the program since its inception. Learn how the development industry continues to respond to economic and market turbulence. Join top professionals in the Housing Credit industry for intensive training, expert-led dialogues, and roundtable discussions covering today’s foremost issues in the Housing Credit world, including:
Implementation of the new Housing Credit Exchange Program
Impact of Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) funding on development feasibility
Outlook for Housing Credit equity market recovery
Analysis of critical new program guidance from IRS and HUD
Prospects for additional Housing Credit legislation in the 111th Congress
Forecast of state agency allocation and monitoring policy changes
New standards for development structuring and financial underwriting
Solutions to the latest Credit compliance and management challenges
Enhanced focus on asset management and property performance
Identification of emerging program issues and new best practices
Enhanced Networking Opportunities with HFA Executive Directors
NCSHA’s Board of Directors and several new HFA executive directors working groups will meet at the Housing Credit Conference & Marketplace, meaning more allocating agency directors will be there than ever before. Sponsor the conference and get even more one-on-one time with HFA and industry leaders at the Leadership Circle Reception on Tuesday evening.
The entire conference is packed with rich networking opportunities including Monday’s allocators’ happy hour, Wednesday’s networking lunch and evening reception, the Marketplace, and several other lunches and breaks.
(apparently the bankers, investors and bankers decide with the government representatives and it looks like they aren’t really interested in public input.)
My Note – I think this is where they decide how policy is applied . .
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The Washington Report
NCSHA’s legislative and policy team cover the latest from Washington, including HUD guidance on the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP), Treasury guidance on the Credit-for-cash exchange program, the outlook for new Housing Credit investment incentives, and other developments affecting the Housing Credit.