McKonly & Asbury Affordable Housing Staff Participate in Team Building Day
McKonly & Asbury Holds Fall 2013 Affordable Housing Seminar

Register Now for McKonly & Asbury's Fall Affordable Housing Seminar

Blog main picMcKonly & Asbury invites you to register for our Fall Affordable Housing Seminar to be held on September 24! Join us as we welcome back A.J. Johnson of A.J. Johnson Consulting who will be providing a full day of training. A.J. will be covering a wide range of topics including:

Management of LIHTC Projects – Overview of the application process, and discussion on income and eligibility verification requirements, optional fees, and use of common areas

HUD Section 8 Program - Overview of the program, changes to HUD Handbook 4350.3, and combining Section 8 with low-income housing tax credits

Rural Housing Section 515 Program - Overview of the program including rent rules, resident eligibility, income restrictions, and recertification requirements as well as a discussion of combining Section 515 and low-income housing tax credits

Updates on recent changes in Fair Housing rules and Internal Revenue Code Section 42

Impact of ObamaCare on affordable housing

Time and Location Information:

Date: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Time: 9:00AM – 4:30PM (Registration begins at 8:30 AM)

Location: Giant Community Center – inside the Giant Food Store at 3301 East Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011

Fee: $195 (includes lunch)

CPE credits are available

Click here for the registration form.

Contact [email protected] or Melissa Roberson at (717) 972-5822 with questions.


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