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Education and training opportunities give affordable housing and community development professionals nationwide an unparalleled chance to build on their skills and experience and engage more effectively in community transformation. All times listed below are Eastern Standard Time (EST) unless indicated otherwise.
2014 Dates Events Locations
Homebuyer Goal Setting Workshops
Learn the skills to setting goals to buying a home. Hosted by H2H Homebuyers Club. Meetings address topics such as conserving energy and money, budgeting with purpose and a motivational moment.
|Davie Police Station|
1230 S. Nob Hill Road
|First Time Homebuyer Workshop
Free course that gives a step-by-step guide to buying your first home. Learn about program opportunities and earn a eight (8) hour *HUD certificate of completion. More...
Emma Lou Olson Civic Center
1801 NE 6th Street
Pompano Beach, FL
|13th Annual New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Summit
CohnReznick presents knowledgeable thought leaders in the NMTC industry today. Along with CohnReznick's NMTC practice professionals, the panelists and presenters will discuss a wide range of subjects including the latest strategies, trends, legislative initiatives, and evolving role of the NMTC program. More...
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL
|In the Mix – Getting Residential Development in Mixed Use Communities Right
Join the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Terwilliger Center for Housing for an engaging discussion with experienced developers on how to sustain the long-term vibrancy and economic viability of residential development in mixed use communities. More...
|Resiliency Speakers Series | Multifamily Resiliency Measures
Enterprise presents this a variety of topics that inform multifamily housing properties resilience rehab. Their panel will review and discuss the many topics that influence multifamily housing mitigation and resilience, including national and local mitigation and policy trends, recommended affordable housing resiliency measures, and a case study on retrofitting a property in the aftermath of Sandy.
*HUD: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
**MHA: Making Home Affordable
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