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Providing Premier Training for the Affordable Housing Industry

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Zeffert trainers are compliance specialists who have extensive experience with all of the affordable housing programs and public speaking. Diverse experience makes them adept at understanding the needs of affordable housing professionals and gives them the ability to effectively communicate complex affordable housing regulations and concepts clearly and concisely.  In addition to our well attended public classes, Zeffert offers private training and unlimited eLearning packages as well.

 

If you are interested in learning more, contact our Training Manager, Mandi Lewis, at mlewis@zeffert.com.

 

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Live public, in person or virtual extensive training. 
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Self-paced eLearning classes, taken on any day at anytime. 

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All eLearning classes are taken through our Learning Management System. 
 

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LIHTC - Low Income Housing Tax Credit

Mastering LIHTC Compliance w/ Optional HCCP Exam 

Training Schedule   

 

This is our in-depth, 2-day LIHTC class which prepares you with the knowledge you need in order to take and pass the most recognized designation in the LIHTC industry, the Housing Credit Certified Professional "HCCP" designation exam. The HCCP is developed by the National Association of Home Builders "NAHB". This class can be provided virtually or in person, open to the public or provide privately for your company. Our Trainer will provide a 1 1/2 hour HCCP review the day you take the exam which covers all of the testable areas for the HCCP exam. This training offers 14 hours of continuing education. Click here to learn more about NAHB's HCCP requirements. Visit our training schedule for more details on the training and registration. 

 

If you attend this class in a virtual setting, all times listed below are in the central time zone. 

 

Daily check-in:  8:15 am - 8:30 am 

 

Day One:  8:30 am – 5 pm 

  • Introduction of property compliance
  • Defining Tax Credits
  • Development details
  • Credit calculation
  • The 8609, eligible, and qualified basis
  • Set asides, including average income
  • Applicable fraction and credit percentages
  • Income and rent limits
  • Property acquisitions and rehabs
  • The vacant and next available unit rules
  • Fair Housing
  • Combining LIHTC with other programs

 

 

Day Two:  8:30 am – 5 pm 

  • Qualifying Households
  • Interviews and applications
  • Determining household size
  • Student status
  • Verification methods
  • Annual and asset income
  • Disposed of assets
  • Completing the TIC
  • Completing a Move-in
  • Re-certification

 

HCCP Online Exam

  • Schedule HCCP Exam, create profile
  • HCCP Review Recording
  • HCCP Exam – date and time scheduled by student

HCCP in Person Exam 8:30 am – 1:30 pm

  • 8:30 AM - 10:45 AM – HCCP Review
  • 11 AM - 1:30 PM – HCCP Exam (approx. time)
  • 2 ½ hours provided to take the exam

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Essentials of LIHTC: Qualifying Households 

Self-paced eLearning Classes

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Class A - Application Process

You will learn basic knowledge necessary for the LIHTC program and the steps necessary for completing a certification. This includes determining household size, student status and other important requirements for both new tenant applications and recertifications. 

 

  • Certification steps and methods of verification
  • Interview and applications
  • Determining household size and student status 

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Class B - Types of Income

You will learn how to navigate the different types of earned and unearned income. In this class explore the necessary determinations for which income is to be included or excluded in calculations.

 

  • Household members' income determinations 
  • How to consider a zero income situation
  • Differentiating between the types of income

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Class C - Assets

Of important consideration are the types of assets that may or may not be counted as income. Once a resident's file has been assembled, a Tenant Income Certification is required.

 

  • Asset definitions and which to include or exclude
  • Imputing asset values and disposed assets
  • Completing a TIC and recertification 

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Intermediate

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Housing Compliance Manager of Tax Credit "HCM-TC" Designation Exam

The Housing Compliance Manager of Tax Credits designation exam is designed to help you take the next step in your career to successfully work as a tax credit professional for qualifying households. This 30 question exam is open-book. The class manuals from the Essentials of LIHTC course will be useful to have on hand when taking this exam. A score of 67% is required to pass.

 

Time: 1.5 hour limit 

Level: Intermediate  

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Executives, Syndicators, Developers

 

Essentials of LIHTC - Acquisition/rehab

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The acquisition and rehabilitation of properties with tax credits is a growing trend. Expert property managers and compliance staff need to understand that acquisition/rehabs are far more complex than other types of first year LIHTC projects. This course highlights the compliance rules specific to Acquisition/Rehabs and what characteristics need to exist to successfully manage compliance for an Acquisition/Rehab project.

  • Placed in service dates
  • When credits begin
  • Deferred credits
  • Available unit rule
  • Applicable fraction
  • Adding units after year one
  • Minimum set-aside

 

Time: approximately 90 minutes 

Level: Intermediate 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, On-site staff, Syndicators, Developers

Essentials of LIHTC - Acquisition/rehab

Self-paced eLearning Class

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The acquisition and rehabilitation of properties with tax credits is a growing trend. Expert property managers and compliance staff need to understand that acquisition/rehabs are far more complex than other types of first year LIHTC projects. This course highlights the compliance rules specific to Acquisition/Rehabs and what characteristics need to exist to successfully manage compliance for an Acquisition/Rehab project.

 

  • Placed in service dates
  • When credits begin
  • Deferred credits
  • Available unit rule
  • Applicable fraction
  • Adding units after year one
  • Minimum set-aside

 

Time: approximately 90 minutes 

Level: Intermediate 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, On-site staff, Syndicators, Developers

HUD

Mastering HUD Compliance w/ Optional HCM-H Exam

THIS TRAINING IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Training Schedule    

 

Essentials of the HUD Program 

Self-paced eLearning Classes

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Class A - Eligibility 4350.3 Chapters 1 & 3

Eligibility - 4350.3 Chapter 1 and 3

Learn the foundations of the HUD affordable housing program. Understand how to identify eligible residents. This class explores chapter 1 and 3 of the HUD handbook 4350.3.

 

  • Program eligibility
  • Project eligibility 
  • Occupancy and assistance in a dwelling unit

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Class B - Waiting list and Tenant Selection

Identifying Eligible Residents - 4350.3 Chapter 4

Understand how to identify eligible residents and why it's important. Learn about the application and waiting list process. Become comfortable with the process so it is smooth for you from start to finish.

 

  • Tenant selection, waiting lists, and rejecting applicants
  • Recommended tenant selection plan topics
  • Marketing

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Class C - Earned and Unearned Income 4350.3 Chapters 5 & 1

Earned and Unearned Income - 4350.3 Chapter 5 part 1

Identifying eligible residents is absolutely critical. Learn about income calculation guidelines such as earned, unearned, and asset income. Also, know how to anticipate and annualize income as necessary.

 

  • Determining income and calculating rent
  • The HUD form 50059
  • The different types of income

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Class D - Asset Income and Verification Procedures 4350.3 Chapters 5 & 2

Asset Income and Verification Procedures - 4350.3 Chapter 5 part 2

Focusing on assets, this class will teach you about the different types of assets that may or may not be counted when determining income and the outcome of a certification.

 

  • Asset definitions and the different types of assets
  • Imputing income from assets and previously disposed assets
  • Types of allowances, verifications and adjusted income

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Class E - Lease Requirements and Leasing Activity 4350.3 Chapters 6 & 7

Lease Requirements and Leasing Activity -  4350.3 Chapter 6 and 7

This class will dive deeper into identifying eligible residents. Learn about HUD's leasing and recertification rules. 

  • Lease requirements, terms, changes, security deposits, late fees and forms
  • Inspections, interims, transfers and recertifications

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Class F - EIV, TRACS and Civil Rights 4350.3 Chapters 8, 9, and 2

EIV, TRACS and Civil Rights - 4350.3 Chapter 8, 9, and 2

Learn about HUD's termination, EIV, TRACS and civil rights requirements. Explore how payments are made and received. Understand the civil rights requirements and maintaining compliance. 

 

  • Lease terminations
  • Enterprise income verification "EIV" and HUD-50059 and subsidy data reporting
  • Civil rights and nondiscrimination requirements 

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Intermediate 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Housing Compliance Manager of HUD "HCM-H" Designation Exam

The Housing Compliance Manager of HUD “HCM-H” designation exam is designed to help you take the next step in your career to successfully work as a HUD professional. This 100 question exam is open-book. The class manuals from the Essentials of HUD course will be useful to have on hand when taking this exam. A score of 67% is required to pass.

 

Time: 3 hour limit

Level: Intermediate

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Essentials of HUD: Preparing for an MOR

Learn the essential components of a Management and Occupancy Review (MOR) for HUD subsidized properties. This class will walk you through HUD Form 9834, which establishes the seven categories that HUD staff or a Contract Administrator will evaluate. Each category is described in detail, as are the document requirements for the property and each tenant file. 

 

  • Introduction to HUD Form 9834 and scoring
  • Explanation of each category
  • Best practices to prepare for an MOR 

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Intermediate

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Maintenance staff

Essentials of the HUD Program: Preparing for an MOR 

Self-paced eLearning Class

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Learn the essential components of a Management and Occupancy Review (MOR) for HUD subsidized properties. This class will walk you through HUD Form 9834, which establishes the seven categories that HUD staff or a Contract Administrator will evaluate. Each category is described in detail, as are the document requirements for the property and each tenant file. 

 

  • Introduction to HUD Form 9834 and scoring
  • Explanation of each category
  • Best practices to prepare for an MOR 

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Intermediate

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Maintenance staff

Essentials of HUD: Navigating EIV, The Enterprise Income Verification System

Self-paced eLearning Class

THIS CLASS IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION    

 

 

 

 

Learn about the Enterprise Income Verification system (EIV) used for HUD-subsidized properties. The covered topics are pulled from HUD Handbook 4350.3 and include where EIV data originates, how to safely store the reports, and details about the 11 different reports: their purposes, when they are run, how long they are kept and in which files. Additional issues include data correction, repayment of assistance and fraud.

 

 

  • Introduction to EIV
  • EIV reports
  • Correcting EIV data errors
  • Assistance overpayment
  • Fraud
 
 

Time: approximately 1 hour

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

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Rural Development

Mastering the Rural Development Program w/ Optional HCM-R Exam

Training Schedule     

 

This training provides you with the all the knowledge you need in order to understand the Rural Development Program. Learn RD regulations provided directly from HB-2-3560. You will receive a certificate of attendance which provides 10 hours of continuing education. This class will prepare you with the information needed in order to take our Housing Compliance Manager of Rural Development "HCM-R" designation exam. The HCM-R Exam is open book with 100 questions. You will be given up to three hours to complete the exam and requires a score of 67% or higher to pass. Those who pass will receive their HCM-R Designation. This training and exam can be provided in person or virtually, in a public or private setting. Visit our training schedule to learn more details about this class and how to register. 

 

Virtual Agenda:

Daily check-in:  9:30 am – 10:00 am Central Time

Day One:  10:00 am – 3:30 pm Central Time

  • Overview of RD Program
  • HB-2-3560 and the 3560 regulations
  • Housing programs under Section 515
  • Family, elderly, and congregate properties
  • Maintaining the property
  • Civil Rights and the AFHMP
  • Applications and the wait list
  • Required notices
  • Project occupancy requirements
  • Income
 

Day Two:  10:00 am – 3:30 pm Central Time

  • Assets
  • Allowable deductions from income
  • Determining rent
  • The re-certification process
  • Annual re-certifications
  • Household changes
  • Ineligible tenants
  • Lease requirements
  • Tenant warnings and terminations

 

HCM-R Examination provided online

This class starts in the Central Time zone

A 30 minute lunch break will be provided

 

In Person Agenda:

Daily check-in:  8:00 am - 8:30 am

Day One:  8:30 am – 5:00 pm

  • Overview of RD Program
  • HB-2-3560 and the 3560 regulation
  • Housing programs under Section 515
  • Family, elderly, and congregate properties
  • Maintaining the property
  • Civil Rights and the AFHMP
  • Applications and the wait list
  • Required notices
  • Project occupancy requirements
  • Family, elderly, and congregate properties
  • Income and assets
  • Allowable deductions from income
 

Day Two:  8:30 am - 11:00 am

  • Determining rent
  • The re-certification process
  • Annual re-certifications
  • Household changes
  • Ineligible tenants
  • Lease requirements
  • Tenant warnings and terminations
 

11:00 am - 12:00 pm Comprehensive Q&A

12 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch

1 pm - 4:00 pm HCM-R Examination

Essentials of Rural Development 

Self-paced eLearning 

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Class A - RD History and 3560 Regulations

This foundational class will explore the history and mission of the RD program and its regulations. Learn about the 3560 and what it requires.

 

  • Handbooks developed from 7 CFR 3560 
  • RD regulations
  • Property maintenance, affirmative marketing and civil rights

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Class B - The Application Process and Eligibility Requirements 

The purpose of the RD application process is to determine applicant eligibility, provide complete information to RD, and rightfully determine wait-list placement. This class will explore the entire application process and the eligibility requirements in order to live at an RD property. 

 

  • Minimum application requirements, fees and wait lists
  • Types of eligibly, application rejection and agency review
  • Income limit types, waivers and tenant rules

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Class C - Verifications

The first step in a perfect application review is understanding how to properly obtain verifications for certifications and assets. The student will learn about the interview process Form 3560-8 and the requirements necessary to determine eligibility for new move-ins and recertifications.

 

  • The interview and application process
  • Annual and adjusted income
  • Verification requirements and lifespan 

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Class D - Earned and unearned Income

There are several types of earned and unearned income and knowing the differences and how to calculate them is critical. In this class the student will learn how to make these determinations for both new applicants and recertifications. 

 

  • Various income types including zero income
  • Household size, who is counted and how changes impact qualification 
  • Processing recertifications 

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Class E - Asset Income

Verifying a household's  assets is just as important as verifying their income. The student will learn about the various asset classes and how to factor them into a household's eligibility. 

 

  • Asset inclusions, exclusions and calculations 
  • Imputing asset income
  • Assets that are disposed of

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Class F - Deductions and Rent Calculations

There are several types of allowances for the RD program that cam be deducted from an applicant's income. Learn about deductions, calculating rent and other final matters for qualifying a household such as tenant warnings, lease terminations and the grievance process. 

 

  • Calculation allowances and deductions 
  • Determining rent
  • Tenant warnings, lease terminations and the grievance procedure

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

 

Housing Compliance Manager of Rural Development "HCM-R" Designation Exam

The Housing Compliance Manager of Rural Development “HCM-R” designation exam is designed to help you take the next step in your career towards becoming a Rural Development professional. This 100 question exam is open-book. The class manuals from the Essentials of RD courses will be useful to have on hand when taking this exam. A score of 67% is required to pass.

 

Time: 3 hour limit

Level: Intermediate

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers

 

Mastering Rural Development w/ LIHTC Layers

THIS TRAINING IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION     

DESCRIPTION AND AGENDA PENDING

HOME Funds

Mastering HOME Compliance w/ Optional HCM-HF Exam

THIS CLASS IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION     

This is our 1.5-day HOME occupancy course. The “Housing Compliance Manager for HOME Funds” (HCM-HF) – an online exam developed by Zeffert & Associates is optional. 

Agenda:

HOME Basics 

  • Introduction and Overview
  • Fixed and Floating?
  • Where we get direction
  • HOME Distribution and Monitoring
  • HOME Income and Rent Limits
  • Subsidy Payments
  • Utility Allowances/Fees
  • Rent Increases/Rent Decreases
  • Application Process/ Affirmative Marketing
  • Leases/ On-Site Visits
  • Data Collection and PJ Reporting/ Record Keeping
  • Non-compliance 

Qualifying Households 

  • Income Rules/ Households Members
  • Unborn Children/ Children being adopted
  • Methods of Verification 

Anticipated Annual Income

  • Types of Income/ Whose Income is Counted?
  • Annual income Includes & Does Not Include
  • Anticipating Annual Asset Income
  • Imputing Asset Income/ Assets Disposed Of
  • Tenant Income Certifications 

Alternative Definitions of Income

  • Census Long Form/IRS Form 1040

Recertification

  • Adjusted Income/ Allowances

Question and Answer Session

Attendees Will Receive:

  • A course manual with access to downloadable references
  • An emailed Certificate of Attendance reflecting 7 hours of continuing education 

Optional Online HCM-HF Exam:

Our proprietary Housing Compliance Manager for HF  Exam (HCM-HF) is an open book online exam with 40 questions. You will be given up to 1½ hours to complete the exam and will need a score of 28 or higher to pass. Those that pass the online exam will be shipped a deluxe frameable certificate with the HCM-HF designation.

Essentials of HOME Funds 

Self-paced eLearning Class

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This class is the foundation of the HOME program as it relates to multifamily properties. The student will learn about the different types of HOME units, participating jurisdiction requirements and rent limits. 

 

  • HOME Funds distribution and monitoring
  • Fixed versus floating units
  • Qualifying households, income and recertifications

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers 

Fair Housing

Fundamentals of Fair Housing 

Live Webinar

Training Schedule      

 

What you don’t know can hurt…

Learn what you need to know to be Fair Housing Compliant. Discrimination lawsuits are common therefore it’s important you know the federal regulations of the Fair Housing Act to make sure you are never involved in one. Today we will focus on the application of current Fair Housing guidance and suggested strategies for treating everyone fairly and consistently for effective compliance.

 

This course is essential for those who are seasoned or new to the housing industry. Attendees will receive a course manual and an electronic copy of their certificate of attendance for three hours of continuing education credits.

 

Overview:

  • The Fair Housing Act
  • Discrimination
  • The federal protected classes
  • Prohibited actions
  • Sexual harassment
  • Disparate impact
  • The violence against women act (VAWA)
  • Allowable advertising
  • Section 504
  • American with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Reasonable accommodations
  • Reasonable modifications
  • Assistance and support animals
  • Marijuana
 

Exact webinar times may vary.

This class can be provided in person or virtual, open to the public or a private setting. 

 

Essentials of Fair Housing 

Self-paced eLearning Class

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This class will leach the student both the foundation of fair housing principles and protected classes, as well as explore its history and how it applies today. Important acts are discussed as well as the necessary policies that must be followed ranging from advertising to prospective residents and creating a process free from discrimination. 

Note: This training does not provide or replace legal advice in any way. Legal advice is specific to local and state laws and a myriad of other possible variables that cannot be addressed in this format.

 

  • The history of fair housing, the Civil Rights Act and the Fair Housing Act
  • Defining discrimination and protected classes
  • Monitoring compliance and advertising
  • The history of Fair Housing
  • Civil rights act
  • Fair Housing act 
  • What is discrimination? 
  • Protected classes
  • Affirmative requirements 
  • HUD and Fair Housing monitoring 
  • Advertising

 

Time: approximately 1 hour 

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers, Real Estate

The Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan

Self-paced eLearning Class

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This class will prepare the student to successfully prepare an Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan "AFHMP". The AFHMP is designed to help ensure that housing providers offer equal housing opportunities regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. In addition, it will assist owner/agents in effectively marketing the availability of housing opportunities to individuals of both minority and non-minority groups that are least likely to apply for occupancy. 

Note: This training does not provide or replace legal advice in any way. Legal advice is specific to local and state laws and a myriad of other possible variables that cannot be addressed in this format.

 

Time: approximately 30 minutes

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers, Real Estate

Fair Housing for Maintenance

Live Webinar

Training Schedule

 

Designed specifically with maintenance staff in mind, this class teaches the best practices for successfully receiving maintenance requests and providing maintenance services. Maintenance staff provide a crucial service to residents by ensuring that the community is in good repair. 

 

  • Prohibited Acts
  • Reasonable accommodations and modifications
  • Protected classes and sexual harassment
  • Effective compliance

 

Time: Three hours

Level: Introductory 

Who this class is for: Owner/agents, Syndicators, Developers, Real Estate, Maintenance Staff

Reasonable Accommodation and Modification

Live Webinar

Training Schedule      

 

Under the Fair Housing Act, non-discrimination laws require housing providers to grant requests for reasonable accommodation and modifications for individuals with disabilities.  These accommodations may be necessary to afford persons with disabilities an equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling and public and common use areas.  This course will help understand reasonable accommodation and modifications and maintain compliance with the federal requirements.

 

  • Affirmative Requirements
  • Reasonable Accommodations
  • Assistance and Service Animals
  • Hoarding and Marijuana
  • Reasonable Modifications
  • Making a Request
  • What can be asked about disability?

 

A certificate of attendance including two hours of continuing education will be provided after the webinar.

This class can be provided in person or virtual, open to the public or a private setting. 

Other Webinars

Common Compliance Mistakes 

Live Webinar

Training Schedule

 

This webinar discusses the most common file deficiencies seen in the affordable housing compliance world. These apply to managers of all program types. Learn how to consistently apply the rules and regulations daily as an on-site manager. This class provides a certificate of attendance which includes 3 hours of continuing education.

 

  • Household size
  • Student eligibility 
  • Annual income
  • Asset calculations
  • Fair Housing violations 

 

Exact webinar times may vary.

 

This class is being offered as a live virtual training. You will receive a link with login instructions along with your manual one week prior to the class.

 

Understanding the Violence Against Women Act "VAWA"

Live Webinar

 

In 2005, the Violence Against Women Act, housing rules applied for the first time to Section 8 properties. The 2013 re-authorization of VAWA dramatically expanded the applicability of the law to most forms of affordable housing, including RD, LIHTC and HOME. In this webinar we will discuss the new statute, what we know as well as what we need to yet know in order to apply VAWA to all of the housing programs.

 

 

  • Fair Housing and VAWA
  • VAWA History
  • Covered types of violence
  • VAWA Changes
  • HUD Final Rule
  • VAWA 2013 Provisions
  • VAWA and Section 8
  • Where we stand today

 

A certificate of attendance including three hours of continuing education provided.

 

 

 

 

LIHTC Acquisition/Rehab webinar

THIS TRAINING IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

 

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