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Emergency Housing Assistance Updates


Addressing Homeowner Needs Post-Forbearance (AC20)

How are lessons learned from the Hardest Hit Program informing strategies for post-forbearance efforts? HFAs and industry experts discuss how counseling programs and servicers are adjusting to...

Keeping Residents with Special Needs Safe During a Pandemic (AC20)

Residents with special needs — including seniors and those who previously experienced homelessness — are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus. Explore strategies for mitigating the risk of...

Building the Balance Sheet — Expanding Available Tools Part 2 (AC20)

The examination of potential financing strategies continues with a detailed conversation of other available financing tools utilized by HFAs, including new tax-exempt and pass-through bond...

Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (AC20)

During this “micro-workshop,” Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler shares how to build systems of diversity, equity, and inclusion in an organization. Participants will learn how to “deconstruct” complex...

Microsoft Teams and Other Collaboration Tools (AC20)

With employees working from home during the pandemic, organizations are increasingly embracing internet-based collaboration tools to connect their teams. In this session, HFA and industry leaders...

Employee Healthcare Under COVID-19 (AC20)

Get expert insight on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and recent developments in healthcare law that may impact your employees. Discuss best practices and lessons learned in employee...

Building the Balance Sheet — Expanding Available Tools Part 1 (AC20)

The changing financial and economic landscape of early 2020 provided HFAs with the opportunity to expand the ways they can build their balance sheets and execute capital market transactions. This...

2020 Housing Credit Connected: Sessions On-Demand Package

NCSHA’s Housing Credit Connected brought the Housing Credit community together between May 26 and June 5, 2020, for a webinar series exploring COVID-19’s impact on investment, development, compliance, and policy. Senior IRS and HUD officials, state Housing Credit agency development and compliance staff, and industry leaders discussed the new investment and development environment, federal and state policy changes, and emerging industry responses to the pandemic. All session recordings from this virtual event are available on demand. Learn more about Housing Credit Connected.

IRS Policy Briefing (HC Connected Conference Session)

HC Connected Conference Session: Senior Internal Revenue Service officials discuss 10 percent test and placed-in-service deadline extensions, other relief available as a result of Major Disaster declarations, and the potential for additional Housing Credit guidance specific to COVID-19 recommended by NCSHA. This is an opportunity to tell the Service how else they can help the industry navigate the crisis.

The Future of Housing Credit Development (HC Connected Conference Session)

HC Connected Conference Session: As the country looks forward to recovery from the economic downturn, the need to produce new affordable housing will be more acute than ever. Explore the pandemic’s impact on future development, including the potential for significant changes to state allocation policies, housing design and construction, financial underwriting criteria, and project feasibility analysis.