Monday, August 17, 2020

WEBINAR: Get the latest on affordable housing lender and investor terms Tuesday at 3 pm
Join the California Housing Partnership on Tuesday, August 18 from 3:00-4:30 pm for Part II of the conversation we began in April about the challenges that nonprofit developers of multifamily affordable housing face in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This timely discussion with investors, lenders, and nonprofit developers will delve into how the field is adapting to a changing lending and equity market, construction and lease-up delays, and closings and conversions. Our virtual panel will be moderated by members of the Partnership's Housing Finance team and consist of two session topics:
  • The State of the Market - How lenders and investors are approaching new investments in pending nonprofit affordable housing developments
  • Projects in Development - How investors and lenders are working with nonprofit developers to address closing, construction and lease-up challenges and delays for projects in development
Attendees will have an opportunity to hear directly from investors, lenders and nonprofit developers, and submit questions for discussion.

Host: California Housing Partnership

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch Community Development Banking
  • California Community Reinvestment Corporation
  • Chase Community Development Banking
  • Enterprise Housing Credit Investments, LLC
  • Merritt Community Capital
  • Red Stone Equity Partners
  • US Bancorp Community Development Corporation
  • Walker & Dunlop
  • Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Nonprofit Affordable Housing Developers
  • EAH Housing
  • LINC Housing
Moderators: Sherin Bennett, Lauren Maddock, Richard Mandel and Aditya Potluri of the California Housing Partnership

About the California Housing Partnership

The California Housing Partnership creates and preserves affordable and sustainable homes for Californians with low incomes by providing expert financial and policy solutions to nonprofit and public partners. Since 1988, the Partnership's on-the-ground technical assistance, applied research, and legislative leadership has leveraged more than $20 billion in private and public financing to preserve and create more than 75,000 affordable homes. |