Room Rate: $350
About the Conference
NCSHA’s Legislative Conference addresses the organization’s legislative priorities and provides a platform for strategizing a unified message to collectively present to Congress. A who’s who of Washington’s housing insiders, the conference brings together HFA leaders, their board members, and stakeholders with key congressional leaders, industry experts, and thought leaders to discuss the issues affecting HFAs today.
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Complimentary Nonmember Stakeholder Policy
HFAs may bring up to two affordable housing industry nonmember stakeholders to the Legislative Conference at no charge. Each additional nonmember stakeholder will be charged the applicable HFA member registration rate listed above. Eligible stakeholders include state legislators, home builders, lenders, nonprofit representatives, and others who partner with HFAs to provide affordable housing. To register stakeholders, print the Registration Form and return it to NCSHA along with your payment as noted below.
Registration and Payment
Registering and paying online are 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 can also register by fax or mail by printing the Registration Form and returning it to NCSHA along with your payment as noted above.
Each registrant must pay in full prior to the meeting. Only those who have paid in full will be admitted to conference activities.
Cancellations must be received in writing. Confirmation of faxed cancellations may be required. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after Thursday, February 16, or for registrants who fail to attend the conference. "No shows" will be billed the full registration fee. A $75 administrative fee will be deducted from all approved refunds.
Guest Registration Policy
The guest fee is for conference receptions 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 conference.
Special Needs/Dietary Requests
If you have special needs under the Americans With Disabilities Act—or if you have special dietary requirements—please explain those needs in the space provided online in the ADA Needs text box on the Event Registration page or on the Registration Form.
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.
Your name badge must be worn at all times. It is your ticket to sessions, meals, receptions, and other networking events applicable to your registration category.
Attire and Climate
Business casual attire is appropriate for all conference activities. In March, Washington, D.C. temperatures typically range from the mid-50s during the day to the upper 30s at night. Hotel temperatures may vary, so a sweater is recommended.
Attendees who register after Wednesday, March 1 may not appear on the conference attendee list.