Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 20, 2007
HUD Multifamily Housing Compliance: What Every Tax Credit Investor, Loan Servicer and Borrower Needs to Know
Thursday, May 10, 2007 8:00 AM - 5:15 PM (Networking Reception to Follow)
Friday, May 11, 2007 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
The Westin Arlington Gateway │ 801 North Glebe Road, Arlington, Virginia 22203
The HUD Multifamily Housing Compliance: What Every Tax Credit Investor, Loan Servicer and Borrower Needs to Know conference will provide attendees an opportunity to obtain knowledge from industry veterans include conference co-chairs Richard Michael Price, Esq., Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP and Monica Hilton Sussman, Esq., Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP.
Other speakers include:
Cash Gill, Vice-President, Gill Group,
Richard S. Goldstein, Esq., Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP,
Jonathan W. Greenbaum, Esq., Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP,
Matthew James, Principal, Greystone & Co., Inc.,
Michael G. Johnson, Vice President, Wells Fargo,
Harry J. Kelly, Esq., Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP,
Kelly Kramer, Esq., Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP,
Michael H. Reardon, Esq., Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP,
Neil J. Rosen, NJR Real Estate Consulting Services LLC, and
Karen K. Smith, CPA, Reznick Group, P.C.
The Institute for Professional and Executive Development, Inc. (IPED) will offer the affordable housing conference HUD Multifamily Housing Compliance Conference: What Every Tax Credit Investor, Loan Servicer and Borrower Needs to Know May 10 & 11 in Arlington, VA. The conference will bring together owners, managers, lenders, investors, public housing authority officials, attorneys and accountants associated with HUD-insured or HUD-subsidized multifamily properties.
While HUD programs have been a significant foundation to multifamily properties for the past 70 years, recent activity in the Department has attracted new borrowers and lenders. At the same time, HUD's official and unofficial requirements - what is commonly known as HUD "lore" - have increased exponentially resulting in successful programs burdened with criticism and violation enforcement from the Department. This charged environment costs borrowers and lenders thousands of dollars as they are forced to demonstrate compliance or are fined for what some industry observers would classify as merely "technical violations."
This seminar will provide a basic description of HUD multifamily programs and compliance requirements for new borrowers, as well as offer tips for more cost effective asset management.
The full conference agenda and additional details can be found at http://www.ipedinc.net.
Registration fee is required for all participants.
Press may RSVP with Natasha Rennie at 202.585.8770.
About IPED: The Institute for Professional and Executive Development, Inc. (IPED) is a Washington, D.C.-based seminar company founded in 1975 to provide high-quality continuing education for professionals in a variety of industries. IPED provides on-site instruction-based educational conferences on the most current industry practices to help professionals succeed in today's ever-changing competitive and regulatory environments. Our faculty members are nationally recognized authorities in their fields, whose informed presentations are complemented by extensive practical experience. IPED, Inc. is an affiliate of Nixon Peabody LLP. For more information about our upcoming conferences, visit our website, http://www.ipedinc.net.