What’s trending in Affordable Housing

January 15, 2018

NP Affordable Housing Blog

Author(s): Erica F. Buckley, Ari Glatt, Jeffrey W. Sacks

Real Estate Finance Bureau issues new guidance, MassHousing appoints Chrystal Kornegay as executive director and a Tax Cuts and Jobs Act roundup. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing and community development.

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Real Estate Finance Bureau issues new guidance on the importance of broker-dealer registration status for all real estate filings

The New York AG's office issues guidance requiring a current M-10 Broker-Dealer Registration Statement as part of all amendment submissions for offering plans (excluding price change only amendments).—Erica F. Buckley and Ari Glatt

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MassHousing appoints Chrystal Kornegay as executive director

On January 9, 2018, MassHousing’s Board of Directors voted to appoint Chrystal Kornegay as executive director.—Jeffrey W. Sacks and Chloe Gordon

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act roundup

The recent tax law, called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, contains many provisions across several important areas.—Nixon Peabody

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Upcoming Events

IRHP — Affordable Housing Preservation Forum: A Look Forward

Location: The Roosevelt Hotel | New York City

Date: January 17, 2018

Speakers: Stephen Wallace, Monica Hilton Sussman, Deborah VanAmerongen, Aaron Yowell, Chuck Edson, John Kelly, Joseph Lynch

Topics include: Issues affecting affordable housing preservation under the Trump administration: RAD, HUD FY2018 appropriations, tax reform, LIHTC Section 8 renewals, federal housing legislation, New York State and City financing programs.

CARH — Navigating the Present and Shaping our Future

Location: The Westin Verasa Napa | Napa, CA

Date: January 22, 2018

Speaker: Richard Price

Topics include: Leading industry experts and senior-level government officials will present the latest information on regulations, pending legislation and trends that impact your business.

NLHA — 2018 Mid-Year Membership Meeting

Location: Renaissance Resort | Indian Wells, CA

Date: January 23, 2018

Speakers: Michael Reardon, Stephen Wallace, Charles Edson, Deborah VanAmerongen, Richard Price

Topics include: The latest on project-based vouchers, Rental Assistance Demonstration, HUD multifamily new technologies, tax credits and preservation, a Washington update and much more.

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