Whether your property is a Section 8, Rent Supplement, 236, 202, 202/8, 202 PAC, 202/811 PRAC, 231, 221(d)3 or 221(d)3 BMIR, having an income stream that keeps pace with operating costs is key to ensuring the present and future viability of your property and its ability to provide the facilities and services your residents need.
This course takes an in-depth look at:
- Various rent increase methods available to housing providers
- Which methods apply to which type of property
- When and How the Owner can choose their method
- What to submit with your increase request
- How to justify line-item increases over 5%
The course will be based on the current Section 8 Renewal Guide, Chapter 7 of the 4350.1 – Processing Budget-Based Rent Increases, and proposed guidance from the Revised 4350.1 Chapter 2.06 – Budget-Based Rent Adjustments.
About the Speaker: Since 1983, Gwen Volk has assisted owners, agents, and on-site staff in navigating the programs that provide housing for low and moderate-income families. She has served as President and CEO of a Midwest affordable housing development and management company and as chief compliance officer for a Dallas-based firm with a national portfolio. She has extensive experience in Rural Development, tax credit, bond, HOME, and Section 8 program compliance. Gwen has twice served on NAHMA’s board of directors, twice chaired the Fair Housing Committee, is the current chair of the NAHMA/NAA joint SHCM Advisory Committee, and has served on the SHCM exam-writing committee from the start. Gwen holds the CPM, NAHP-e, SHCM, HCCP, CPO, FHC and RAM designations. She is a NAHMA-certified trainer for the CPO, FHC and ACPO courses and for the SHCM Blended Learning on-line certification course.
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What is a Reverse Trade Show?
Rather than the traditional trade show floor as the primary way for AHMA suppliers to meet AHMA Management companies, this event is focused on pre-set meeting appointments.
Meeting appointments between buyers and suppliers are set before the show. A schedule is set, and both parties are expected to honor their commitment to meet at this event.
One of the great things about this type of show is that by giving focused time with a supplier, the buyer is made more aware of the company’s products and services. Many studies reveal that consumers often have a totally different perception of what a company offers than do their sales people!
Plan now to come learn more about suppliers that can save your company time and money while providing quality, local services. Secure your spot now – this focused experience will save you a great deal of time and effort in vendor selection.
Receive targeted one-on-one time with management companies who send their buyers to this reverse trade show. Secure your spot now and start planning for your concise, focused interaction opportunity.
Previous management company participants include: Barcelon Associates, Bridge Housing, Cambridge Management, Christian Church Homes, Community Housing Partnership, EAH, EBALDC, Eden Housing Management, HumanGood, Interstate Realty Management, Mercy Housing, MidPen Property Management Corp., The John Stewart Company, The Salvation Army, and WINNResidential.
AHMA will ‘kick off’ the 2019 Annual Conference at the reception immediately following the tradeshow!
(Also, reserve your booth soon for the AHMA-NCH Annual Conference Trade Show on September 9th Click Here for information and registration. )
*Please note, in order to provide a wide variety of Reverse Trade Show vendor “categories” (such as painters, legal, restoration, etc.) for our management companies to meet, AHMA reserves the right to limit the number of companies per category on a first-come, first-served basis per your registration date. All the more reason to secure your Reverse Trade Show spot NOW!