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    • January 10, 2016 - January 15, 2016

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        JW Marriott Washington, DC
        1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
        Washington, DC 20004
        Phone: 202-393-2000
        Reservations: 800-393-2503

        Room Rate:
        Hotel Discount Cutoff Date: December 14, 2015
        Early Registration Deadline: December 14, 2015


        Intensive and targeted training from federal officials, top consultants, experienced practitioners, and other industry experts on core programs. Only in Washington, DC, and only from NCSHA.

        The HFA Institute's four program-specific training modules will strengthen your understanding of program fundamentals and explore advanced techniques for administering HOME Investment Partnerships program; the Low Income Housing Tax Credit; Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Federal Housing Administration and rural housing mortgage insurance; and HUD's Performance-Based Section 8 Contract Administration initiative. 

        These premier training events provide an unprecedented chance to network with your peers and receive top-notch education and invaluable advice from key federal officials, leading trainers and consultants, noted industry professionals, and experienced HFA practitioners. Training sessions will cover program basics, legislative and regulatory updates, industry perspectives, and the solutions to the latest program administration challenges. The conference also features roundtables open exclusively to HFA staff. It's a one-of-a-kind opportunity for high-quality, in-depth instruction on these essential HFA programs.

        Make your plans today to attend this valuable training session. You can register for more than one module.

        January 10-12

        • Interactive sessions with HUD officials and expert trainers
        • HOME funding status and legislative outlook
        • Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule and other regulations
        • HUD guidance on Housing Trust Fund implementation

        Housing Credit

        January 12-14

        • 2016 legislative and regulatory outlook
        • Treasury and HUD policy briefings
        • QAP strategies for cost control, fair housing, and Year 15
        • Hot topics in compliance and asset management

        MRBs and Other Federal Homeownership Programs

        January 13-15

        • HUD, USDA, VA, and Treasury policy updates
        • CFPB advice on complying with TRID and other mortgage rules
        • Single-family loan financing options
        • Mortgage servicing training and discussion

        Section 8 and Multifamily Federally Assisted Housing

        January 13-15

        • The future of Section 8 Performance-Based Contract Administration
        • Mastering the procurement process
        • Policy and program discussion with HUD and USDA officials
        • Key issues in multifamily finance today 

        Attendance Policy
        Unless otherwise noted, sessions in each of the HFA Institute modules are open to NCSHA members and nonmembers. NCSHA members may not register as guests. For more information on how to become a member, contact Phaedra Stoger at membership@ncsha.org.

        Registration Fees
        Online Registration is now closed. You may still register onsite beginning Sunday, January 10 at 11:00 a.m.

        Guest Registration Policy
        The guest fee is for the respective module’s Happy Hour reception only. All guests, including children of attendees, must have a guest badge to be admitted. NCSHA members may not register as guests.

        Speaker Registration Policy
        NCSHA requires that all speakers and discussion leaders register for the Institute.

        Press Registration Policy

        A limited number of press credentials may be issued for HFA Institute and events, and requests must be approved prior to issuance. Press credentials are granted to individuals who are on assignment for, or employees of, a media outlet appropriate to the coverage of affordable housing news. Please contact marketing@ncsha.org to make sure that the sessions you are interested in covering are open to the press. NCSHA reserves the right to close sessions to the press at any time.

        Registration and Payment
        Online Registration is now closed.  You may still register onsite beginning Sunday, January 10 at 11:00 a.m.

        Registering and paying online is easy! Click on the Register button above. Credit cards are accepted for online registration only. To pay by check, print your invoice and mail it with payment to the NCSHA office. Make checks payable to NCSHA.

        You may also register by fax or mail. Print the Registration Form and return it to NCSHA along with your payment as noted above.

        Each registrant must pay in full prior to the Institute. Only those who have paid in full will be admitted to Institute activities.

        Special Needs/Dietary Requests

        If you have special needs under the Americans With Disabilities Act—or if you special dietary requirements—please explain those needs online in the ADA Needs text box on the Event Registration page or on the Registration Form.

        Substitution Policy

        If you have registered and are no longer able to attend, you may substitute another individual at no additional charge. The payment made for the original registrant will be applied to the replacement's registration. Substitutions are allowed at any time and must be requested in writing.

        Cancellation Policy

        Cancellations must be received in writing. Confirmation of faxed cancellations may be required. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after Wednesday, December 23, 2015, or for registrants who fail to attend the Institute. "No shows" will be billed the full registration fee. A $75 administrative fee will be deducted from all approved refunds.

        HFA Institute Admission

        Your name badge must be worn at all times. It is your ticket to sessions, meals, the Happy Hour, and other networking events applicable to your registration category.

        Attire and Climate

        Business casual attire is appropriate for all HFA Institute activities, including Happy Hours. In January, Washington temperatures typically range from the low 40s during the day to the upper 20s at night. Hotel temperatures may vary, so a sweater is recommended.

        Attendee List

        Attendees who register after Tuesday, January 5, 2016, may not appear on the Institute attendee list.

        Consent to Use Photographic Images

        Registration and attendance at or participation in NCSHA meetings and related activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to NCSHA's use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant's or attendee's image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions, and audiotapes of such events and activities. Exceptions to this consent must be made in writing to marketing@ncsha.org.


        Contact registration@ncsha.org with any registration questions. 

        Housing Credit Happy Hour Sponsor MRBs and Section 8 Happy Hour Sponsor