Note: This course is being hosted by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, and pricing and registration is handled through their system. By clicking the link, you will be taken to the CHFA website to complete your registration. If you have any questions regarding pricing or registration, please contact CHFA directly. General course and material questions can be answered at firstname.lastname@example.org classTuesday, August 20, 2019 to Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Class: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Quadel Consulting & Training
who should come?
Front-line staff, site managers, regional property managers, asset managers, owners, developers, syndicators, investors, and PHA staff responsible for monitoring LIHTC properties that have additional funding sources
Quadel’s LIHTC + Blended Compliance course is a two-day workshop that provides staff with comprehensive guidance on LIHTC compliance requirements, and the unique compliance issues that arise when HUD-Assisted Multifamily, HOME, CDBG, Public Housing, and RAD are in the mix.
When an owner develops or redevelops a project using the LIHTC program, they must operate the project so that it complies with both the LIHTC program and any other subsidy programs supporting the project. To help navigate the compliance needs necessary for these developments, Quadel has developed this course as a comprehensive review of compliance requirements among tax credit financed properties.
The optional third day is a full course review and the administration of the certification examination.
Training topics include:
Set asides (including Income Averaging);
maximum allowable rent;
Available Unit Rule;
compliance when mixed with other financial streams like HOME, CDBG, Public Housing, HUD Assisted Multifamily, and RAD.
Special class rates apply. Members may register for the two-day compliance workshop for $475, while nonmembers may attend for $525.
Opt in for a third day of certification review and testing at only $100 additional for members, or $125 for nonmembers.
Cancellations with a full refund (minus a $25 processing fee) will be accepted in writing until August 13, 2019. Substitutions, but no refunds, will be made after that time.