NCSHA Debuts Housing Credit Connect



WASHINGTON, DC – March 14, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Registration is now open for Housing Credit Connect to be held June 24-27, 2013 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. This annual event is presented by the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) and convenes decision makers from the nation’s Housing Credit allocating agencies with leading program experts to discuss the top issues facing this vital housing resource.

NCSHA has sponsored this popular meeting since 1992. Formerly known as NCSHA’s Housing Credit Conference & Marketplace, the conference was rebranded this year to reflect its prominence as the industry’s premier Housing Credit event, along with all of the great opportunities provided to attendees through insightful educational sessions, an expansive marketplace with exhibits of the latest products and services, and multiple networking events.

This year’s conference will explore the latest innovations in Housing Credit development, finance, compliance and management, including emerging trends from the equity and bond markets, strategies for cost-effective development, new multifamily financing opportunities, deal structuring and underwriting tactics, Year 15 preservation and disposition strategies, best practices in asset management, and proactive approaches to program compliance. The conference will also provide breaking news on legislative and regulatory program developments, plus forecasts of new issues facing the industry in the year ahead.

“We are very pleased that Housing Credit Connect is recognized as the leading conference for all of the latest Housing Credit information,” said Barbara Thompson, executive director of NCSHA. “By working together as an industry and continuing to focus on sharing our collective knowledge and insights, we will be more successful in achieving our common mission of protecting and strengthening the Housing Credit program so that we can continue to provide quality rental homes for low-income people.”

Housing Credit Connect is attended by executive directors and senior staff from the nation’s Housing Credit allocating agencies, plus federal program regulators, affordable housing developers, lenders, syndicators, investors, tax advisors, asset managers, nonprofits, compliance experts, property managers, service providers, and other industry leaders.

Early registration discounts are available through May 24. For more information about the Housing Credit Connect program agenda, registration, or sponsorship opportunities, please visit our website at

State Housing Finance Agencies – known as HFAs – share a public purpose mission to provide affordable housing help to the people of their jurisdictions who need it.

The National Council of State Housing Agencies – known as NCSHA – is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan association that advocates on behalf of HFAs before Congress and the Administration for affordable housing resources. It represents the HFAs of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, New York City, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Membership also includes more than 300 affordable housing industry partners.

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