We invite you to this year's

Ohio Housing Conference

Join the Ohio Housing Finance Agency and Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing at the 19th annual Ohio Housing Conference, "Coming Together in Ohio." Network with over 1,700 industry peers as you attend more than 40 sessions and workshops focused on educating and inspiring you to continue your good work.

We hope you will join us, share your experiences and successes, and take away valuable insights and knowledge. Registration for the 2017 Ohio Housing Conference will open in September 2017 with the conference running from November 7-9.

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Columbus, OH 43215
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Event Schedule

Registration + Breakfast
It's a Wild, Wild World!

Managing apartment communities is not for the faint of heart. Attend this session to gain knowledge on staying safe while working at your community, responding to an active shooter situation, identifying and reporting drug or gang activity and responding to the heroin epidemic.

Moderator:
Charlene Wray
Volunteers of America
  • 9:00am - 4:00pm
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Landlord-Tenant Law

Do you know the law? Two veteran attorneys will provide an in-depth and up-to-date overview of laws and regulations governing evictions, leases, reasonable accommodations and other property management legal issues. Attend this session to learn the nuts and bolts of landlord-tenant law, and stay current in your policies and procedures by avoiding costly legal missteps.

Moderator:
Casey Swemba
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 9:00am - 4:00pm
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OHFA Housing Tax Credit Compliance Training

This all-day training class has been updated to include the latest industry updates, as well as new content and focus. OHFA's compliance training is an interactive training session and focuses primarily on the basics of compliance for the Housing Tax Credit (HTC) program, and other policies. Compliance rules and procedures are frequently updated, making this course beneficial for individuals new to the Housing Tax Credit program, as well as seasoned veterans.

Moderator:
Christine Bennett
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 9:00am - 4:00pm
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Women in the Affordable Housing Industry

Please join us for networking, cocktails and conversations. We will explore the very real challenges women face with authentic self-promotion. How can women authentically call attention to their value and successes and be comfortable doing it? By changing the narrative and beliefs about self promotion, women can achieve success, break more barriers in the industry and feel valued and confident.

Moderator:
Catherine Cawthon
Fifth Third CDC
  • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
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Registration + Breakfast
Housing Policy Plenary

Attend this session to hear national housing experts discuss current affordable housing issues and their predictions for the future of housing.

Moderator:
Hal Keller
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 9:00am - 10:30am
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QAP: New, Notable and Next

Find out the latest in housing policy and OHFA priorities at this session, including the latest Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP). In addition, join our industry professionals for a look at what's on the horizon for tax reform.

Moderator:
Carlie Boos
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Affordable Housing 101

This session will discuss affordable housing from a global view in terms of necessity, and the mechanisms to produce and preserve it. From large scale tax credit developments to small grants that help homeowners rehabilitate their houses, the session will cover affordable housing in its broadest sense.

Moderator:
Jimmy McCune
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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The Positive Impact of Blight Removal on Communities

This session presents a history of how blight removal has been addressed across the nation, including data demonstrating the positive impact in both rural and urban communities.

Moderator:
Marc Gardner
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Key Property Performance Metrics

Industry experts will discuss the key performance metrics that must be tracked for a property and a portfolio and share best practices. All aspects of oversight will be explored, including meeting owner's objectives, monitoring the managing agent and governing effectively via an asset management committee of your board of directors.

Moderator:
Jeanne Golliher
Cincinnati Development Fund
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Compliance Update: Trends and Policies

Learn about the latest trends and issues in affordable housing compliance. Updates will be provided on OHFA policies, VAWA, HUD 811 and other challenging compliance issues.

Moderator:
Betsy Krieger
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Housing and Health Care: Aging in Place Models

Attend this session to hear experts discuss emerging trends in senior housing including an emphasis on aging in place.

Moderator:
Jay Kittenbrink
Episcopal Retirement Services
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Mobile Tour: YWCA - The Griswold Building

Tour the historic Griswold building downtown. See the extensive renovation that upgraded the resident space from dorm-like units with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities to 91 independent efficiency and one-bedroom apartments. These units are for homeless individuals and those at risk of homelessness. This renovation preserved the historical integrity of the building.

Moderator:
Sarah Malone
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Networking Luncheon Featuring Presentation of Bill Graves Award
Advanced Tax Credit Issues

Learn about the latest trends and issues in affordable housing compliance in a fun, interactive, talk show type session. Updates will be provided on OHFA policies, utility allowance, the 2013 Final Home Rule, fair-housing and other challenging compliance issues.

Moderator:
Judy Schneider
National Equity Fund
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Tax Credits 101

This introductory workshop will provide basic information about the mechanics of the low-income housing tax credit, the kinds of housing that can be developed with this program, incorporated financial resources and collaboration techniques for projects. This session will feature experienced professionals in the tax credit industry and provides informational background for new development staff and people in related fields, such as property management and lending and public agency funders.

Moderator:
Kevin Clark
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Fair Housing Trends

This session will provide an interesting highlight of fair housing cases over the last several years across different aspects of the housing industry. A brief overview of the federally protected classes and additional protected classes in Ohio will be covered.

Moderator:
Jon Duy
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Asset Management is Here to Stay

IREM will present its newest publication titled, "Real Estate Asset Management: A Process and a Profession," where the different styles of asset management are discussed. The panel will also explore the roles, responsibilities and requirements of asset managers from the perspective of a commercial lender and nonprofit and for-profit organizations.

Moderators:
Amy Albery
Wallick Communities
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Trends, Issues and Efforts: A Balanced Approach to Cost Containment

In recent years, cost containment has become a growing concern in the affordable housing arena. Project stakeholders have found it increasingly difficult to balance policy and trends in increasing project costs. Join our panelists as they discuss and analyze cost containment from a policy perspective. They will also discuss public perception, trends in development costs, challenges faced, items driving cost increases, efforts to balance program requirements and best practices to promote cost containment.

Moderator:
Joe Pimmel
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Mobile Tour: Mid-Ohio Food Bank – Who Feeds the Poor? (Part 1)

Join us as we tour the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. The food bank obtains and distributes 66,500,000 pounds of food a year to more than 650 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, after school programs and senior housing sites across central and eastern Ohio. This provides almost 150,000 meals each day. See and hear how this $92,000,000 operation efficiently collects, stores and distributes food, from the suppliers to the tables of hungry people in their greatest times of need.

Moderator:
Bob Fisher
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Cost Controls and Other Strategies to Bolster NOI

With declining subsidies and increasing resident needs, the importance of cost control and revenue maximization has never been more important. Panelists will explore specific strategies to reduce cost and increase revenue in an effort to bolster NOI.

Moderator:
Judy Weber
VIVA Consulting
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Starting at Home: Anchoring Innovation

This follow-up to April's Starting at Home Conference discusses the role that anchor institutions play in community development in Ohio and nationally. Panelists will cover how colleges, hospitals and other entities can be partners in revitalizing urban neighborhoods.

Moderator:
Bryan Grady
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Equity Markets and Syndicator Forum

The equity markets are hot as syndicators, and direct investors compete for deals. Continued pressure exists to maintain a certain yield threshold for investors, while the development community continues to seek increased pricing. Hear views and opinions from some of the nation's top syndicators on the ever-changing equity market, and interact with the panelists on topics that include location, pricing and deal terms.

Moderator:
Bobby Maly
Model Group, Inc.
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Duty to Serve

Hear about Freddie Mac's and Fannie Mae's plans and programs being developed to improve homeownership opportunities for lower-income families. These plans are in response to the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) issuing a final rule to implement the "Duty to Serve" requirements.

Moderator:
Jane Coleman-Porter
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Strategic Capital Planning to Ensure Long-Term Sustainability

The most sophisticated organizations are strategic with their use of reserves to ensure the long-term viability and sustainability of their assets. Learn how these organizations effectively manage reserves to better ensure the long-term sustainability of their portfolios.

Moderator:
Tony DiBlasi
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Strategies to Attract and Retain Property Managers

Hear discussion from industry partners and leaders on how to build and retain a great property management team. This discussion will include topics such as recruitment, defining roles, standards, training and other best practices.

Moderator:
Rachel Grass
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Film Showing: "Free to Ride"

Join us for a special screening of Free to Ride, a documentary produced by The Ohio State University's Kirwan Institute. This documentary addresses the question of whether or not public transportation is a civil rights issue. This powerful new documentary highlights the struggle by Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton (LEAD) with the help of their lawyers at Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE) to gain access to jobs and education by bus to the neighboring suburb of Beavercreek on behalf of Dayton residents. This clash between neighbors and the issues it raised are reminiscent of resistance faced by advocates and developers of affordable housing in communities across the country.

Moderator:
Matthew Martin
Kirwan Institute at Ohio State University
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Mobile Tour: Mid-Ohio Food Bank – Who Feeds the Poor? (Part 2)

Join us as we tour the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. The food bank obtains and distributes 66,500,000 pounds of food a year to more than 650 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, after school programs and senior housing sites across central and eastern Ohio. This provides almost 150,000 meals each day. See and hear how this $92,000,000 operation efficiently collects, stores and distributes food, from the suppliers to the tables of hungry people in their greatest times of need.

Moderator:
Bob Fisher
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Registration + Breakfast
Ohio Economic Forecast Plenary

Rob Vogt joins Dr. Ned Hill for the annual conference discussion of current and future economic and demographic trends, housing markets, and the health of the housing industry.

Moderator:
Holly Holtzen
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 9:00am - 10:30am
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Fair Housing Update

In this session, speakers will share their fair housing knowledge and answer questions in regards to fair housing issues and trends that attendees are seeing around the state. Discussion will go over how to avoid steering, updates on VAWA, criminal history challenges and fair housing hot topics.

Moderator:
Joe Maskovyak
Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio
  • 9:00am - 10:30am
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Starting at Home: Retrofitting Opportunity

This follow-up to April's Starting at Home Conference assesses the role of opportunity areas and fair housing in the development of equitable communities. Panelists will discuss how to build neighborhoods accessible to families of all incomes and backgrounds.

Moderator:
Janet Hales
Ohio Poverty Law Center
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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The Great Green Debate

How green should affordable housing be? Where is the cost-benefit line? How far can technology push us towards renewable and sustainable design? Come hear the housing and architectural experts opinion on these topics and more!

Moderator:
Kip Lewis
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Strategies in Acquiring and Preserving HUD Projects

This session will focus on the ever-changing world of acquiring and rehabilitating existing HUD properties, and the strategies behind getting these projects done in today's market. Topics of discussion will include: acquiring Section 8 properties and portfolios, analyzing properties within your portfolio for rehabilitation, and strategies for developing your project from concept through rehabilitation.

Moderator:
Monica Hilton Sussman
Nixon Peabody
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Discover Your Genius Zone

Discover your "genius zone" with Dr. Debbie Phillips, CPM. Job fit is one of the strongest predictors of success in one's career. Matching skills to the job can be the most important factor in talent development. In this workshop, you will learn techniques for identifying strengths, strategies for making the most of your gifts, complimentary behaviors that fuel teams and parameters that predict success.

Moderator:
Debbie Phillips
The Quadrillion
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Emerging Trends in Property Management

Come join experts in a riveting discussion on the opiate crisis, mental health issues and de-escalation techniques. Treatment and delivery of services will be discussed, as well as how mental illness and addiction impact property management's interaction with residents.

Moderator:
Tonya Brunner
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Housing Issues for At Risk Populations

As Ohio progresses toward achieving a functional end to chronic homelessness, growing attention focuses on serving high-risk populations and the intersection between housing and wellness. This session will cover topics including foster youth transitioning, infant mortality, aging in place and opiate recovery.

Moderator:
Celia Elkins
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Mobile Tour: Weiland Park - A Changing Landscape

The Weinland Park neighborhood is being transformed through investments made by The Ohio State University, market rate and affordable housing developers. Come with us as we explore this community and visit the newly opened Terrace Place.

Moderator:
Beth Long
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 10:45am - 12:15pm
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Luncheon: Keynote Speaker – J.D. Vance
Permanent Supportive Housing: Lessons Learned and Moving Forward

This workshop will explore new research being performed by Barb Poppe & Associates and the Corporation for Supportive Housing in Ohio on the need for permanent supportive housing in Ohio. As Ohio's cities and Continuums of Care get closer to declaring a functional end to chronic homelessness in their communities, how do we ensure that we cross the finish line, and whom do we serve next? Learn about changes to the PSH Pool in Ohio's 2018-2019 QAP as our state tackles these questions.

Moderator:
Kelan Craig
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Strategies for Engaging Elected Officials at Ground Breakings / Grand Opening Events

In today's fast-paced world of short attention spans, hashtags and Instagram, developing strong relationships with policymakers and funders is critical. This session will discuss strategies for engaging elected officials in the work of affordable housing development. Speakers will share stories of successful outreach efforts, as well as examples of messages that resonate well with elected officials on both sides of the aisle.

Moderator:
Guy Ford
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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4% Tax Credit Projects Financed with Bonds

Hear how the current economic conditions are affecting the bond market, and discover what is new and important in multifamily bond financing. Using tax-exempt bonds and other financing options, learn how to build or rehabilitate affordable housing.

Moderator:
Jordan Carr
Barns & Thornburg LLP
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Next Level Leadership

So often, employees get caught up in the "busy-ness" of business and neglect their professional development. The three most important questions employees should ask are, "Why? Why Not? And What's Next?" This workshop explores understanding your own "why" and evaluating "what's next" for you, as well as for your team. As a leader, what will it take for you to provide a platform for your team in respect to their effectiveness? This session will investigate conditions for high performance, successful practices for developing emotional intelligence and a coaching model for "feed-forward" vs. "feedback."

Moderator:
Debbie Phillips
The Quadrillion
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Service Coordination and Resident Engagement

In this session, our speakers will share ideas that worked in their communities for service coordination and resident engagement for both elderly and family projects. Attendees are encouraged to brainstorm and share experiences about how to get residents involved and what services are most beneficial to the residents we serve.

Moderator:
Terry Alton
National Church Residences (NCR)
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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What's Going On . . . with the Millennial Generation?

As the largest generation to date, millennials are a driving force in the economy and the housing industry. Learn about the generation's homebuying preferences, social characteristics, communication styles and influential events. This course's presentations include interesting visuals and videos.

Moderator:
Jon Duy
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Mobile Tour: The Franklinton Neighborhood

This mobile tour will take you through the Franklinton Neighborhood. The Franklinton Neighborhood is the oldest community in central Ohio, located on the banks of the Scioto and adjacent to downtown Columbus. The tour will take you through a neighborhood that has seen major changes over the past five years, with many areas targeted for public and private investment. The tour will stop at two sites involved in the redevelopment, 400 West Rich Street and Franklin Station.

Moderator:
Brad Carman
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Pardon the Interruption: 2017 Housing Edition

The PTI panelists return to discuss a wide range of topics and news from this year. This entertaining, rapid-fire conversation will primarily cover affordable housing policies and development programs. Registrants will be asked to submit additional questions in advance of the conference for the panel to consider.

Moderator:
Sean Thomas
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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QAP Update: Meet the Masters Edition

Putting together a successful housing tax credit application can be difficult, and this session will ask successful applicants to share their winning strategies. Join us for a relaxed and open dialogue on how to master the competitive housing tax credit world.

Moderator:
Carlie Boos
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Bonding, Bridging and Linking - Affordable Housing, The Catalyst for Community Developement

As the work of the community development field has evolved, affordable housing and its specialized capital has been key in advancing solutions to the challenges that weigh heavily on our communities, urban and rural alike. Speakers will discuss the role of their organizations in the affordable housing sector, while sharing ways they are meaningfully working to integrate housing in broader community development efforts.

Moderator:
Esther Shin
Urban Strategies
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Y15: Lessons Learned at Disposition

There is no such thing as a routine Y15 disposition process. Each project must navigate through its own set of unique circumstances. The LPA language might catch some by surprise; a lender document might not jive with the intended Y15 plan, and a sale might take a left turn. This panel will share some stories of Y15 projects and all the twists and turns encountered along the way.

Moderator:
Robert (Bob) Snow
National Equity Fund, Inc.
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Innovative Products You Need to Know About

The property management industry is always changing. Stay up on the latest innovations in products, solutions, gizmos and gadgets that are designed to make your life easier and possibly save some time, money or headaches along the way.

Moderator:
Allison Spoonhaltz
Community Housing Network
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Mobile Tour: The Cargominiums Project

Take a tour of this innovative housing community. Cargominiums was designed to have mixed residential units of supported housing and downsizers. Take this opportunity to speak with Michelle Reynolds (CEO) of NIRSE (Nothing into Something Real Estate), who developed the project.

Moderator:
Todd Carmichael
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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Registration + Breakfast
Y16 - Y30 Roundtable

As more multifamily tax credit projects reach Year 15 of their life cycle, join us for a timely discussion of management and development issues facing these properties, including compliance requirements for tax credits, asset management challenges and best practices to reposition or redevelop properties.

Moderator:
Todd Carmichael
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 9:30am - 11:30am
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FHLB Cincinnati Roundtable: Managing Expectations

Join this roundtable for an interactive discussion with Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati (FHLB) representatives on how to manage expectations when using the Affordable Housing Program (AHP) for housing development projects. What do developers expect from FHLB and the AHP? What does FHLB expect from developers? How are projects impacted when developers do not meet expectations? Come share your thoughts on these questions or submit your own questions using the conference app and they'll be discussed as well.

Moderator:
Mary Hernandez
FHLB Cincinnati
  • 9:30am - 11:30am
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The Missing Link: Inspiring New Tenant Behaviors in Reducing Water Consumption

Water rates are rising dramatically, even in the Midwest. To effectively reduce water consumption, the property manager needs to not only manage the physical aspects of the property, but also engage residents in conservation efforts. This session will cover both the physical aspects as well as how to inspire and engage your tenants to conserve. Do you have your own success story? Please join this session and share your ideas!

Moderator:
Susan Gross
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 9:30am - 11:30am
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Moving Toward Growth: Home Repair and Rehab Strategy Roundtable

Participants in this session will explore strategies to unlock capital for single-family development, create scalable repair and rehab program models, re-build developer capacity, and jumpstart local markets. Join researchers, practitioners, finance partners and stakeholders to learn about innovative solutions for Ohio's hard-hit communities.

Moderator:
Justin Fleming
Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
  • 9:30am - 11:30am
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Green is the New Black. The Dollars and Sense of Building Green'r.

Is building to higher Green Standards just the fashionable thing to do? It is inevitable that Green is here to stay, and technology and innovation will continue to drive Green to the forefront. Stay on top of what is currently the norm and where we are all heading. Join us in a round table discussion with three highly respected and knowledgeable individuals as they delve into Green building trends and concepts, Passive House initiatives and how these innovative Green Principles can be incorporated into your projects while still delivering on time and within budget.

Moderator:
Kip Lewis
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 9:30am - 11:30am
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Preservation Roundtable

Join this roundtable for a lively discussion covering these topics: Are the HAP rents over market rents and will the investor require a transition reserve? What are the pay down requirements when requesting a waiver on the due on sale clause of post mark to market deal, and what timing issues does this cause to the project for closing? Discuss the new HUD requirements for equity pay- ins and limits on bridge loans and what that does to equity pricing. How does increasing HUDs incentive performance fee affect the deal?

Moderator:
Doug Klingensmith
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • 9:30am - 11:30am
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Disability Integration: 811 and ODMSD Roundtable

The Ohio 811 program is a project-based subsidy demonstration administered by OHFA designed to expand the supply of housing for individuals with disabilities while also making available appropriate supports and services under the Ohio Medicaid Plan. As a supplement to the Ohio 811 Program, the Ohio Department of Medicaid’s Subsidy Demonstration (ODMSD) program provides a similar project-based subsidy, but targets individuals with disabilities who also require a higher level of unit accessibility. Come learn about both of these programs can be used in properties you own or manage during this interactive roundtable.

Moderator:
Taylor Koch
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • 9:30am - 11:30am
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Conference Speakers

David Smith

Founder and Chairman, Recap Real Estate Advisors

Michael Novogradac

Managing Partner, Novogradac & Company LLP

Diane Yentel

President and CEO, National Low Income Housing Coalition

Rob Vogt

Managing Partner, Vogt Strategic Insights

Dr. Edward "Ned" Hill

Professor of Public Affairs and City & Regional Planning, The Ohio State University

Conference Overview

 

 

J.D. Vance

Keynote Speaker

J.D. Vance is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling book Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis. He grew up in the Rust Belt city of Middletown, Ohio, and the Appalachian town of Jackson, Kentucky.

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The Ohio Statehouse

Receptions

Exhibit Hall A at Convention Center
Tuesday, November 7, 5:30pm-7:30pm

The Ohio Statehouse
Wednesday, November 8, 5:30pm-7:30pm

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The Hyatt Downtown Columbus, Ohio

Hotel

A block of hotel rooms has been secured at the Hyatt Regency Columbus, 350 North High Street, attached to the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

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