Alexandria, Va. – April 27, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Register online for the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA)’s Public Policy Issues summer forum in Las Vegas and cross one more item off the to-do list. Visit the Meetings page at www.nahma.org to register. The housing request deadline is May 27.
The summer forum takes place Wednesday, June 24, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino with evening activities at the Palms Casino Resort. The forum is held in conjunction with the National Apartment Association (NAA) annual Education Conference & Exposition, June 25-27. Registration for the NAHMA and NAA events is separate. NAA registration rates increase after June 13.
To register for the NAHMA forum Wednesday, June 24, visit the Meetings page at www.nahma.org and click the blue NAHMA Meeting – Register Online button. Registration includes NAHMA educational sessions and a lunch ticket.
To register for the NAA conference, June 25-27, visit http://educonf.naahq.org/attend/register/ and use promo code NAHMA15 for the NAHMA member discount?$200 off the NAA full conference fee, based on cost at the time of registration. Full conference registration?good for NAA-sponsored events only?includes access to the National Apartment Association’s educational sessions, networking events and expo floor.
The NAHMA forum features two policy sessions?one led by David Smith, founder and chairman of Recap Real Estate Advisors and the other by Janine Lind, executive vice president at Vantage Management & Edgewood Management Companies?as well as the Vanguard Awards luncheon with keynote speaker David DeLong. Additionally, committee meetings take place throughout the day. After which, the fun moves to the Palms for the NAHMA Educational Foundation Dinner and fundraising event followed by the NAHMA Party?both events require separate tickets. More information regarding these two events will follow as it becomes available.
Besides Wednesday’s forums, NAHMA will be presenting four sessions at the NAA conference, June 25-26: the Impact of Disparate Impact on Multifamily Affordable Housing, the Business Case for Retrofitting to Service Enrich Your Senior Housing, Unique Considerations for Marketing Affordable Housing, and Key Federal Legislative and Regulatory Issues Impacting Affordable Multifamily Housing. Descriptions and speakers for these sessions can be found on the preliminary NAHMA June 2015 agenda posted on the Meetings page at www.nahma.org.
Anyone attending both the NAHMA and NAA meetings can make hotel reservations one of two ways:
1. Follow the prompts for reserving your hotel accommodations after you register online for the NAA conference using the NAHMA promo code NAHMA15; or 2. Print and complete the NAHMA Hotel Form then submit as noted on the form’s instructions.
If you are attending only the NAHMA meeting, click on the NAHMA Hotel Form to download and print a hotel reservation form and return as noted on the form’s instructions. Housing requests received after May 27 will be processed on a space-availability basis and may be subject to a higher rate. Please submit only one request per person.
For more information regarding the summer forum, contact Brenda Moser, director of meetings and membership, 703-683-8630, ext. 112 or .
Help spread the word about the Public Policy Issues meeting, tweet and post about your thoughts, experiences and photos before, during and after the summer forum using #nahma15.
NAHMA is the leading voice for affordable housing management, advocating on behalf of multifamily property managers and owners whose mission is to provide quality affordable housing. NAHMA supports legislative and regulatory policy that promotes the development and preservation of decent and safe affordable housing, is a vital resource for technical education and information and fostersstrategic relations between government and industry. Founded in 1990, NAHMA’s membership today includes the industry’s most distinguished multifamily owners and management companies. Visit www.nahma.org for more information.
Jennifer Jones, Manager of Communications and Public Relations
National Affordable Housing Management Association
703-683-8630, ext. 100