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McKonly & Asbury Spring 2010 Affordable Housing Seminar

Blog main pic McKonly & Asbury is pleased to announce the speakers and topics for our Spring 2010 Affordable Housing Seminar:

Holly Glauser, Director of Development at the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency, will be giving an update on what PHFA sees on the horizon for affordable housing. We will also feature a question and answer session with Ms. Glauser.

Tom Eastman, Vice President for Enterprise Community Investment, Inc., will talk about the central Pennsylvania equity market and what investors are currently looking for in deals.

Joanne Andrews, Marketing Consultant for JLA Consulting, LLC, will explain how to read a market study and what key market indicators developers should be looking for.

Mike Hoffner, leader of McKonly & Asbury’s Audit Segment, will be discussing FAS 167 as it relates to consolidation of affordable housing partnerships.

Elizabeth Brooks, one of the leaders of McKonly & Asbury’s Affordable Housing Segment, will be giving an overview recent legislative updates affecting low-income housing tax credits.

The seminar will be held on May 14, 2010 at the Giant Community Room in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Space is limited. Register today at


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