A summary of the state’s long-term care rebalancing plan, the three consent decrees and implementation plans and state facilities closures. Panelists will also review programs and initiatives being made available to provide communitybased housing to consent decree class numbers, persons leaving state facilities, homeless persons, and other special needs populations.
2013 Conference Wrap-Up
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2013 Illinois Governor’s Conference on Affordable Housing, making this year’s conference a great success! We had an amazing turnout, with over 600 people in attendance. The two days were filled with excellent panels, inspiring keynote speakers and special remarks from Governor Pat Quinn.
The Illinois Housing Council and the Illinois Housing Development Authority sincerely appreciate your involvement in the conference and your commitment to affordable housing throughout Illinois!
For those who missed it or would like to review what you learned, we have posted the approved panel presentations below as well as videos & photographs.
An in-depth review of the network and how it operates: what is it, how does it work, and how can developers and property managers participate.
Overview of programs available to assist communities impacted by foreclosure in their revitalization efforts.
Affordable housing and community development requires a robust and diverse mix of both public and private resources. In the current political realities of state and federal budget deficits, sequestration, and potential tax reform, our involvement in the public arena is more crucial than ever. Please join us for a discussion about the latest developments in DC and how you can get involved.
IHDA updates on property management policies, including 2013 monitoring requirements. Also, streamlining procedures, e.g. through local Preservation Compact and federal rental housing realignment initiative. Property Managers: What do you love to see? What do you hate to see?
A review of available data and models to measure the economic impact of local housing development activities. Also a review of state, regional, and national housing trends.
Besides new rules on disparate impact and existing ones on affirmatively furthering fair housing, HUD and DOJ are also working on drafting more definitive policy on fair housing regarding supportive housing for persons with disabilities. Hear the latest developments.
The panel will explore topics including issues and opportunities prior to LIHTC Year 15, what to expect with the end of the compliance period, and opportunities for financing for older assisted properties.
This panel will provide strategies for protecting your properties and minimizing your risk.
In this time of limited financing, resources are being both realigned and discovered from non-traditional areas to assist in affordable rental housing development and preservation efforts.
Hear how the changes in federal and state health care laws are impacting one segment of the affordable housing industry, and what the future looks like for them.
A discussion of the public and private programs available to assist homeowners avoid foreclosure.
Modeled after the ABC television show, this session will provide insight into the current equity market as two projects in pre-development compete for equity.