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NCSHA’s Housing Credit Connect is the industry event of the year, offering decision-makers from the Housing Credit allocating agencies and their industry partners unparalleled professional development and networking opportunities.
Capitalizing on this year’s location in San Francisco, we have invited State Treasurer Fiona Ma to discuss the magnitude of California’s affordable housing crisis and innovative strategies to combat it by leveraging the Housing Credit and tax-exempt bonds, as well as new incentives for affordable housing development in Opportunity Zones.
The plenary sets the stage for nearly 30 interactive educational sessions covering the latest issues in Housing Credit development, finance, compliance, and management.
Hot topics include the outlook for legislative program changes, implementation of significant new program guidance from Treasury and HUD, the impact of the new income averaging minimum set-aside on development and compliance, innovative tax-exempt bond financing strategies, the latest Housing Credit equity market activity, leveraging the Credit in Opportunity Zones, the impact of tax reform on deal structuring, new Housing Credit preservation tactics, and a special closing plenary focusing on the future of the Housing Credit program.
New to the Housing Credit? The popular Housing Credit 101 track offers expert training sessions designed for program newcomers.
This conference brings together 1,200 attendees, including executive directors and senior staff from the nation’s Housing Credit allocating agencies, federal agency officials, and leading affordable housing developers, lenders, syndicators, investors, tax advisors, asset managers, nonprofits, compliance experts, property managers, and service providers.
Housing Credit Connect is also home to NCSHA’s largest annual exhibition of affordable housing products and services, where you can find solutions to your most pressing business challenges.