Affordable Housing is a network of funding programs, from the HOME Program to USDA Rural Development, HUD, LIHTC, and Fair Housing. We offer private training workshops on VAWA, HOME, Fair Housing, and Blended Compliance. Join Amanda Gross for training workshops that include a full-color manual, detailed course material, and a fun and relaxed environment that combine the complex rules and regulations with real-world examples.
While layering different affordable housing programs is a great way to get a multifamily property developed, it can create some challenges for the staff responsible for managing compliance. Because housing programs are not identical. Often their rules and regulations regarding the administration of the programs, as well as the determination of eligible tenants, can be very different. This one-day workshop provides affordable housing professionals the information to navigate the often complicated requirements.
This engaging and interactive session utilizes numerous exercises to ensure attendees complete the training with a thorough comprehension of how to conquer the challenges of multiple funding program compliance.
Most frequently, people associate the HOME Program with gap-funding used in combination with Tax Credit properties. However, the program is so much more. The HOME Investment Partnership program provides tenant-based rental assistance, funding for housing rehabilitation, assistance to homebuyers, and new construction of housing. Project and household compliance rules for HOME program properties can be complicated. This workshop will break down the requirements and help everyone understand the rules for the HOME Program.
Assisted and Affordable Housing programs were all designed with Fair Housing and civil rights laws as part of their DNA. Rules about fair housing intersect with all aspects of the occupancy process, from the application process, leasing, and continued occupancy. This workshop reviews Fair Housing rules, regulations, and best practices. We also discuss how to work with the requirements across multiple funding programs. Amanda Gross has developed an engaging and interactive session that utilizes numerous examples and exercises to ensure attendees complete the course with a thorough comprehension of the Fair Housing Act and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
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