Meeting/Event Information

AHIC is taking our 2020 Fall Affordable Housing Summit online. Join us for a series of terrific opportunities for frank talk on industry developments and virtual networking during the weeks of October 12th and 19th.
 
We’re planning a series of panels with leading experts and industry insiders on:
 
  • The outlook for the 2020 election– November 3rd will be right around the corner
 
  • A deep dive into operating subsidies: what are the characteristics of the various programs, and are recent trends within the industry compelling investors to re-evaluate the risk profiles of these resources?
 
  •  Insights from developers on how they are continuing to respond to the pandemic and the recession – what is the impact on construction, lease-up, operations, and new projects?
 
  • An exploration of how the affordable housing industry has advanced, or hindered, social justice and equity and ways we can all do better
 
  • Best practices from state allocating agency leaders responding to the crisis from the front lines across the country
 
  • How investors are changing their day to day underwriting and asset management practices
 
We’ll have our ever-popular Open Forum for engaging in a free-wheeling dialogue on the state of the market -- see long time friends and meet new ones.  And the AHIC Book Club will be discussing Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson.
 
The suggested registration fee for participating in the series is $300.  It is important during this challenging time that as many industry colleagues as possible are sharing insights and concerns, and AHIC’s leadership doesn’t want budget constraints to keep anyone away, so we have a free option available to our members and invited guests for registration. Just email [email protected] to receive the registration code.
 
See the schedule and more information here. If you have any questions, please contact our administrator, Shelby McInvale, at [email protected]
 
Sponsorship opportunities to underwrite our free open access approach are available,
learn more about them here

 

 

THANK YOU TO OUR FALL SUMMIT SPONSORS

AHIC Spring Webinar Series

March 24, 2020 5:30 PM to March 26, 2020 12:00 PM
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All webinars are FREE and available to ALL AHIC Members and colleagues at their institutions

 
We have developed this webinar series to take the place of our Spring Meeting so that we may still come together to learn, discuss, share, commiserate, and motivate.  With this series, you will experience panel discussions featuring great content and speakers, as well as have opportunities for discussion with your colleagues. We hope you join us for this opportunity to come together in a different, but exciting way.
 
April 16th
New Industry Tools + Resources
Matt Barcello, CohnReznick
April 21st
Secondary Transactions: The Whys + Wherefores of Buying + Selling
April 23rd
Policy Update: COVID Legislation and Other Federal Activity
April 28th
Site Visits: Best Practices on the Ground for Asset Managers + Underwriters
April 30th
The Community Reinvestment Act + the Housing Credit Market
May 5th
AHIC Member Open Forum
May 7th
Economic Update: Where Do We Go from Here?
May 12th
Developer Roundtable: How Are Our Partners Navigating the Crisis?
Final Event
May 14th | 4:30-5:30 EDT
Virtual Happy Hour
     
      
Virtual Platform
All sessions  will be held via the Zoom Webinar platform.  
Housekeeping Notes for Zoom Webinar Attendees:
  • If you have any questions during the session for the speaker(s), please send those questions via the Q&A (not chat). 
  • If you are having technical difficulties and need to communicate with the AHIC Staff, please use the chat function. 
  • When you join the webinar, you will be automatically muted, and your video camera will be off. Attendees will only be able to see the presenter(s), not other attendees. For our Happy Hour program you will be able to freely use your camera and mic.
Click Here for a guide on attending a webinar and using zoom.
 
All AHIC Members should have recieved an email with registration links for each session. Questions, please contact Shelby McInvale.