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Do you represent a lender, property owner, municipality or organization that
deals with affordable housing?
Much of the Massachusetts private affordable housing stock is the subject of
40 year mortgages and related affordability restrictions that are about to
expire. Affordable housing developers and lenders have been working
alongside legislators and administrators with the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts to develop effective policy and development strategies to
ensure the continued affordability of this these important units.
This program will equip attendees with the latest information
about the steps being taken at the federal, state and municipal level to
preserve this affordable housing stock, the challenges related to these steps,
and the various preservation tools and strategies that can be employed by
developers to preserve Massachusetts' affordable housing stock.
I. Background and Policy Sessions
Preservation Landscape in Massachusetts
b. Federal Policy and HUD Budget
c. Publicly-Assisted Affordable Housing Preservation Program
II. Preservation Tools and
a. Federal Preservation Tools
to Work: Project-Basing Enhanced Vouchers
c. Section 8
d. Tax-Exempt Bond Financing and Recapitalization with 4%
Low Income Housing Tax Credit
III. Preservation Case Study – City of
Emily Achtenberg, Housing Policy and Development Consultant
Bill Brauner, Housing Preservation Program Manager, Community Economic
Development Assistance Corporation
Deborah Goddard, Chief Counsel, Massachusetts Department of Housing and
Lizbeth Heyer, Associate Director of Division of Public Housing and Rental
Assistance, Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
Karen Kelleher, General Counsel, Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency
Jonathan Klein, Partner, Klein Hornig LLP
Bart Lloyd, Manager Director: Acquisitions and General Counsel, Preservation
of Affordable Housing, Inc.
Stephen M. Nolan, Partner, Nolan Sheehan Patten LLP
Vincent O’Donnell, Vice President, Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Jerome Garciano, Esq., Klein Hornig LLP
Hannah L. Kilson, Esq., Nolan Sheehan Patten LLP
Sponsored by the BBA's Real Estate Section and its Public Policy and
Affordable Housing Committees
BBA Member -
Non-Member - $170.00
BBA Member - Legal Services/ Government
Lawyer - $70.00
Law Student - $30.00
If the cost of this seminar would preclude you from attending, please
contact us about tuition discounts.