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Wednesday: 9 AM - 11 AM

Affordable Housing Basics
This session will feature a high level overview of different key areas in the affordable housing and tax credit fields. The session will cover tools, techniques and programs that will prepare you to succeed. Leave with resources and how to de-code all those acronyms.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Introduction to Affordable Housing
  2. Defined Terminology and Mechanics
  3. Financing and Economics of Housing Credits

Speakers: Terry Barnard, Senior Commerical Lender, CHFA; Amy Case, Controller, Grand Junction Housing Authority; Jeff Cunningham, Partner, RubinBrown; Ben Doyle, Assistant County Attorney, Boulder County

Wednesday: 9 AM - 11 AM

A Visual Tour of Colorado's Regional Economies
Colorado is maturing economically and demographically. With desirable living/working conditions, the Front Range has landed at the top of many lists for net migrants within the US. Demographic factors, pushing Colorado into a “demographic transition.” Are we ready for how global and national trends may affect Colorado's economies? 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Current population, household and economic estimates and forecasts for the state/region and the key trends impacting the State.
  2. Data and trends on housing vacancy rates, foreclosures, home sales, rents, household formation, housing permits and employment.
  3. IMAGE: Incomes, Migration, Age, Growth and Ethnicity/race and their related factors pushing Colorado into a “demographic transition.”

Speakers: Elizabeth Garner, State Demographer, DOLA; Ryan McMaken, Economics Editor, The Mises Institute; HUD Regional Economist

Moderator: Alison O'Kelley, CDBG-DR and NSP Programs Manager, Division of Housing

Wednesday: 9 AM - 11 AM

CDOH/CHFA - Aligning Funding Resources, Policies and Procedures
Learn about efforts between CHFA and CDOH to align funding, policies and procedures. How have the two state housing agencies jointly underwritten disaster recovery projects and fund permanent supportive housing projects? Yet, what policydiffers between the two agencies with regard to underwriting standards and for meeting affordability goals and other outcomes? 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand Colorado's two state housing agencies
  2. Understand how two agencies are aligning funding resources
  3. Understand how some policy differences exist between two agencies

Speakers: Meghen Brown, Tax Credit Officer, CHFA; Wayne McClary, Housing Development Specialist, Colorado Division of Housing

Moderator: Alisa Wilson, Housing Development Manager, Colorado Division of Housing

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