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    • 30 Jan 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Hillsborough County Center Frederick B. Karl (Bldg) 601 E. Kennedy Blvd 26th Floor Rooms A & B Tampa, FL 33602
    • 46
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    Building Capacity: The Nonprofit as Affordable Housing Developer

    This workshop is a continuation of the webinar Building Capacity to Build: The Nonprofit as Affordable Housing Developer. Over the course of this workshop, participants will complete an organizational self-assessment with guidance from the presenters, to determine their capacity for adding or expanding new lines of affordable housing business. The audience for this workshop includes nonprofits currently working with SHIP offices, and those that wish to engage with private or public partners. 

     

    Who should attend?

    ·         Nonprofits seeking to expand mission and/or operations

    ·         Housing program administrators interested in building capacity of nonprofits

     

    Key Topics

    ·         Key capacities of housing developers

    ·         Key requirements of funding sources

    ·         Organizational Assessment

    ·         Strategies for building capacity


                                                     

    This workshop is sponsored by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation’s Affordable Housing Catalyst Program and Facilitated by the Florida Housing Coalition.

    Upon completion of this training each participant will receive a certificate of completion

    • 12 Feb 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Wells Fargo Historic Springfield Community Learning Center 1601 N. Main St., 2nd FL Jacksonville, FL 32206
    • 51
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    Preparing for SHIP Monitoring

    Have you received notice that a Florida Housing Finance Corporation Monitor will soon conduct a compliance review of your SHIP program?  Don’t get nervous—get prepared. This workshop will report results from an analysis of recent monitoring reports to help you prepare.  Learn about the program details that SHIP monitors focus their attention on during their review of a SHIP jurisdiction.  This may help you achieve the best outcome from your next monitoring visit. The training will outline SHIP rule compliance, as well as Florida Housing options for addressing non-compliance.  Beyond discussing mere compliance, this training will help you perform a health and effectiveness "checkup" on your local SHIP program using diagnostic exercises and group projects.

     

    Who Should Attend?

    •     Housing program administrators

    •     Community partners

    •     Sub Recipient Organization staff

     

    Key Topics

    •     Steps in the monitoring process

    •     Common monitoring findings

    •     Elements of compliance: eligibility calculation, file documentation, reporting

     

     
                                                     

    This workshop is sponsored by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation’s Affordable Housing Catalyst Program and Facilitated by the Florida Housing Coalition.

    Upon completion of this training each participant will receive a certificate of completion

    • 13 Mar 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Hilton Garden Inn 3839 Don Emerson Drive Lakeland, FL 33811
    • 53
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    The Predevelopment Process

    Predevelopment is one of the most important components of housing development. This training provides guidance to nonprofit organizations on predevelopment activities and due diligence, necessary prior to the development of affordable housing units. The workshop complements the Affordable Housing Funding Sources workshop. Presenters will cover site acquisition, construction/design, zoning, budgeting and other elements of the predevelopment process. Workshop presenters will discuss the Florida Housing Finance Corporation’s Predevelopment Loan Program requirements and will walk through the process for obtaining a loan.

     

    Who should attend?

    ·         Nonprofit housing developers

    ·         Construction management staff

    ·         Planning staff

    ·         Housing program administrators

     

    Key Topics

    ·         Project concept

    ·         Organizational capacity and development team

    ·         Site selection and acquisition

    ·         Third party reports

    ·         Funding sources

     


                                                     

    This workshop is sponsored by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation’s Affordable Housing Catalyst Program and Facilitated by the Florida Housing Coalition.

    Upon completion of this training each participant will receive a certificate of completion

    • 16 Apr 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Pompano Beach Cultural Arts Center 50 West Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach, FL 33060
    • 50
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    The Development Process

    This workshop provides participants with an introduction to the housing development process from the point of view of the developer. It is designed for nonprofit developers, housing program administrators, and their community partners. The presenter will address land use, impact fees, permitting, platting and more. Understanding the development process, as well as the costs and financing needed to make affordable housing production happen, will enable housing administrators to design effective affordable housing programs. Participants will also gain a better of understanding of how amounts and timing of subsidies directly influence the incomes of the families being served. Key topics include financing, site selection, and how housing is made affordable.

     

    Who should attend?

    ·         Nonprofit housing developers

    ·         Construction management staff

    ·         Planning staff

    ·         Housing program administrators

     

    Key Topics

    ·         Funding applications and awards

    ·         Credit underwriting

    ·         Initial closing process

    ·         Construction and lease-up

    ·         Project stabilization and final closing

    ·         Project operation and program compliance

     


                                                     

    This workshop is sponsored by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation’s Affordable Housing Catalyst Program and Facilitated by the Florida Housing Coalition.

    Upon completion of this training each participant will receive a certificate of completion

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