Today’s public housing comes in a variety of packages. Since the issuance of the Mixed-Finance Rule in the 1990s, PHAs are able to operate like private sector real estate developers. PHAs partner with a variety of actors to create new public housing or to renovate their existing public housing stock. PHAs leverage public housing funds with private monies or other public funding sources to develop or redevelop housing for eligible tenants. The resulting projects may include public housing units, tax-credit units, HOME units, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) units, tax-exempt bond units, taxable bond units, market units, etc. Today’s public housing communities can have the most complex financial structures found in affordable housing.
Quadel has created training to focus specifically on blending the occupancy requirements for the public housing program with the compliance requirements for the low-income housing tax credit program.
Who Should Attend:
Developers, investors, managers, and front-line staff in Public Housing properties responsible for monitoring Public Housing tax-credit properties
- Program Descriptions
- Comparative Review of Program Basics and Eligibility Requirements
- Maximum Allowable Rents
- Ongoing Compliance
- Community Service
- Implications for Projects with Private Activity Bonds
- Implications for Projects with HOME Funds
- Implications for Projects with CDBG funds
There are no future course dates at this time