Join us and the Northern New England Housing Investment Fund for a day dedicated to the
latest issues in the multi-family housing market. Topics to be covered include current
demographic and market trends affecting multi-family housing, navigating "Year 15" issues for project owners and partnerships, affordable housing preservation, and funding opportunities.
Registration for this event is $35 and includes continental breakfast and lunch. Regsitration closes Thursday, May 1. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Click here for driving directions. The closest parking areas are the High/Hanover parking garage and the Sheraton Hotel lot. Both of these locations charge $1/hour. Visit ParkPortsmouth.com for information about additional parking in the area and parking rates.
8:30-8:45 Welcome by Dean Christon, Executive Director of New Hampshire Housing
8:45-9:45 Recent Market Assessment and the Implications for the Multi-family
10:00-12:00 The Aging Affordable Housing Portfolio: Things Owners and Developers
Need to Know
What are your options when you near the end of the 15 year investment period? We'll discuss ways to maintain relationships with your multi-family investors even after this initial period
draws to a close. We'll also learn about the different options that have been used to keep New Hampshire’s aging multi-family housing energy efficient and affordable for both property
owners and tenants.
Panelists: Art Casavant, Vice President and CRA Officer, Peoples United Bank; Tom Giblin, Attorney, Nixon Peabody; Tom Gioia, CPA, Otis Atwell; John Kaminski, Attorney, Drummond Woodsum; Andrew Boyle, Director, Asset Management, New Hampshire Housing
1:00-2:15 Funding Opportunities for the Existing Multi-family Portfolio
Jim Menihane, Director, Housing Development, New Hampshire Housing
Learn more about proposed funding opportunities for 2014-2015. This session will cover debt
and subsidy, the equity market, and case studies.
2:30-3:00 The Affordable Housing Community's Role in Addressing the Needs of
People with Mental Illness
Ry Perry, NH Department of Health and Human Services
Chris Miller, Managing Director, Management & Development,
New Hampshire Housing
This presentation by the Department of Health and Human Services and New Hampshire
Housing will provide an overview of the affordable housing community's role in providing community-based housing for people with mental illnesses.
3:00-3:30 Governor Maggie Hassan & Closing Remarks