Affordable Housing & Mixed-Income Community Management: Evaluating and Maximizing Property Performance and Service Delivery for the Long Term | Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
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Affordable Housing & Mixed-Income Community Management: Evaluating and Maximizing Property Performance and Service Delivery for the Long Term

 
Registration deadline: December 28thNeighborWorks America

32 CEUs

Judith Weber, MBA, CPM
Principal, VIVA Consulting
Adjunct Faculty, Brown School

Learn best practices involved in operating a successful mixed-income housing community. This course includes:

  • Roles of various stakeholders regarding a property’s social, financial, physical and compliance goals.
  • Basics of real estate economics.
  • Introduction to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program, which is responsible for one-third of all rental housing produced today.
Class size is limited to 35.

This class will include both degree-seeking graduate students and practicing professionals.

$1,000

Note: This is the second in a sequence of three courses that comprise the certificate in Affordable Housing and Mixed Income Community Management offered in partnership with NeighborWorks America©.

  • REGISTER ONLINE (3 DAY)
    *An option to take this class for 3 days, January 7th - 9th, for $750 requires completion of a test to receive credit towards the certificate.

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