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HUD Webcast on the "Partners in Housing" Preservation Training 7/19 and 7/20 from 11:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST

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On Thursday 7/19 and Friday 7/20 from 11:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST each day, HUD will be presenting a webcast of its popular “partners in housing” preservation training series (slightly abridged for web format) that it has been holding nationwide over the last few months.  The webcast will be available here:

This is a free workshop that explores preservation issues owners of multifamily housing properties are facing and provides O/As with the latest information on available programs and resources O/As can leverage to sustain their property.

This training is designed for owners of properties with HUD mortgages and/or rental assistance. Senior level executive management company staff charged with asset management of HUD multifamily properties are also welcome. The training will focus on properties with HUD insured or Direct loans (including Section 236, Section 221(d)(3) and Section 202 properties) and/or project-based rental assistance (Section 8 and/or Rent Supplement or RAP assistance).

During these webcasts, HUD will offer seven discrete lessons so participants can either watch the whole webcast or may watch just the topics they choose.  The full schedule for the webcast is as follows:

Day One

  1. Providing Affordable Housing and the Challenges
  2. Section 236 and 221(d) (3) BMIR Prepayment Requirements
  3. Tools for Preservation of FHA-Insured Properties
  4. Preservation of Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly

Day Two

  1. Preserving Rental Assistance Through Long-term Contracts
  2. Sustaining Affordable Housing with FHA-Financing
  3. Sustaining Affordable Housing with Low Income Housing Tax Credits

The detailed agenda is located here:

For more information, including the participant guide and pre-knowledge assessment, please click here:

There is no need to pre-register for this webcast.  You may log on at the time it starts.  HUD plans to archive the webcast on its website afterward, located here:

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