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Ask questions and get best practice tips for hearings

The Housing Conference | August 21-22 | Boston, MA

Do you have questions about the hearings process at your housing agency? At The Housing Conference this August in Boston, attendees will have the opportunity to sign up for 30-minute Q&A sessions on the administrative hearing process.Get the latest updates on:

  • HUD changes to the public housing hearing process
  • Changes to PHA decisions based on arrests and criminal records
  • Take templates for:
    • Writing notices and hearing decisions
    • Hearing officer evaluations
  • Bring samples of your hearing decisions and notices for a quick review
  • Consulting packages can be arranged for complicated or multiple cases 
  • Any information provided at the mini-consult is purely for instructional purposes only and is not legal advice
These free 30-minute sessions are included with every conference registration (limit 1 per attendee). All registered attendees are also invited to reserve a free, one-hour Q&A session with one of our NMA experts, including Nan herself (limit 1 per attendee). If you’re registered for the conference and want to sign up for a hearing session, click here and reserve your time now. The Q&A sessions are limited to registered attendees and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The tentative agenda has just been updated, and when you register now you'll receive early bird pricing! Join us August 21-22, 2017, for two fantastic days of networking, learning, and exploring the beautiful and historic city of Boston, Massachusetts. Industry experts will present sessions and panels on the latest topics in affordable housing, including:
  • An update on UPCS-V, the proposed inspections protocol to replace HQS
  • How to deal with generational differences in the workplace
  • What you need to know if you're a new executive director
  • Nan McKay's annual legislative update, including new rules and notices
  • Best practices in PBV and RAD PBV
  • Public/private partnerships and grant funds
  • What you need to know before applying for MTW
  • Understanding tax credits and RAD finance
  • Best practices in managing FSS, plus how to start a new FSS program in PBRA
  • What's new in capital fund finance
  • Best practices in PBRA and RAD PBRA
  • Effective waitlist management
  • What's new in fair housing
  • Best practices in SEMAP
  • CDBG-DR and resilience
  • Roundtable panel session with NMA Housing Awards winners
  • And more!

Visit our website to register!