• Meetings & Events

SEPTEMBER 2016


September 11-14

​​Florida Housing Coalition’s Annual Conference Event attracts more than 700 affordable housing advocates, lenders, developers, administrators and policy makers. The Annual Conference offers trainings from the nuts and bolts of housing to cutting edge training and an opportunity to learn from a broad range of experts. Join as newcomers and affordable housing veterans engage in thought-provoking exchange of new ideas, demonstrated techniques, training and networking.

​​Orlando, FL
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September 13-16

​​2016 Annual Conference and Showplace National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) gathers state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) and NCSHA affiliate members. It is the main networking event of the year for HFAs and the partners who work with them to increase housing opportunities through the financing, development, and preservation of affordable housing. Take advantage of the unparalleled professional development in ten program focus areas, including communications, finance, governance, homeownership, human relations, information technology, legal, management innovation, rental and special needs housing.

​​Miami Beach, FL
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September 14-16

​​ 2016 Working on the Green Sustainability Summit Review Florida’s strategic plan for its energy future, proposed constitutional amendments, and how the green building movement can improve health and economic quality of life indicators. The Summit also provides networking and celebration of best practices from across the state. Offers networking and business development opportunities.

​​Fort Lauderdale, FL
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September 15-16

​​Tax Credit Property Dispositions Presented by IPED

​​Chicago, IL
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September 21-22

​​Novogradac 2016 Historic Tax Credit Conference Intensive educational program where you’ll make new connections, strengthen existing partnerships and grow your knowledge of the Historic Tax Credit.

Cleveland, OH
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September 21-23

​​Reinventing Our Communities: Transforming Our Economies A national biennial conference series hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and cosponsors. This signature event draws hundreds of community developers, planners, government leaders, bankers, researchers, and foundation representatives from across the country to participate in forward-looking conversations regarding revitalizing our communities in equitable and inclusive ways.

​​Philadelphia, PA
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September 23

​​Downtown Symposium 2016 Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority’s inaugural symposium of six invited American downtown organizations (Miami, Charlotte, Kansas City, Nashville, Austin and Fort Lauderdale) will address the question of what elements make up a world class downtown and how downtown development organizations achieved this status with their unique experiences, challenges and opportunities. Their best practices and lessons learned will help to guide and strengthen other downtown organizations through this collaborative effort.

​​Fort Lauderdale, FL
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September 24-27

​​NCSHA's Annual Conference & Showplace National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) is the member-only gathering of state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) and NCSHA affiliate members. It is the main networking event of the year for HFAs and the partners who work with them to increase housing opportunities through the financing, development, and preservation of affordable housing. The Annual Conference & Showplace is open only to employees and board members of HFA, affiliate, and associate members of NCSHA. NCSHA members may not register as guests. For more information on becoming a member, contact Phaedra Stoger at membership@ncsha.org. Register by Friday, August 26 and save.

​​Miami Beach, FL
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September 26-29

​​Intersections 2016 The Grounded Solutions Network presents Intersections 2016, a national conference dedicated to permanently affordable housing and the creation and preservation of just, equitable and inclusive communities. Conference attendees will have ample time to learn about the collective work being done to build and preserve communities, network both informally and formally with those working in the field, and tour Mountainlands Community Housing Trust to see how Park City, UT is making housing accessible to all its residents.

​​Park City, UT
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September 28-30

​​2016 Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference The Center for Community Progress is hosting the Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference, a national conference dedicated to strengthening communities. This conference will offer a breadth of knowledge and networking opportunities, with over 60 different sessions on a variety of topics including: blight elimination, property tax systems, and code enforcement. This year’s conference theme focuses on service of people and place. Sessions will take a deeper look at how the wellbeing of residents and the places they live can be transformed by reclaiming vacant properties throughout a community.

​​Baltimore, MD
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September 29-30

​​Novogradac 2016 Affordable Housing Tax Credit Conference

New Orleans, LA
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