Please join us for our Third National Housing Symposium. We will take a look back over this monumental year of challenges for the affordable housing industry, from the fallout of the subprime mortgage crisis to the new housing law. We will take a look forward to what is ahead under the new administration and the challenges yet to come.

This conference will explore key topics and new strategies for dealing with the changing political, legal, and business climate affecting tax credits, affordable housing, and community redevelopment.


Our day will begin at 8:00 a.m. with a continental breakfast. Sessions start at 8:30 a.m. A cocktail reception will follow our sessions from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

In addition to our regular sessions, we are pleased to announce that Conrad Egan, President and CEO of the National Housing Conference, will provide an opening presentation on the economic forecast for housing in 2009.

Sessions include:

Outlook for Housing in the 111th Congress
Recent Developments Affecting the GSEs and the Capital Markets
Financing Affordable Housing During the Credit Crunch
Making Lemonade from Lemons: Case Studies on Deals Done in Challenging Times
Industry Leaders Roundtable: Ideas for a Coordinated National Housing Agenda


The event will be worthwhile for senior-level developers, investors, syndicators, lenders, attorneys, accountants, and government agency representatives.


This is a free all-day seminar followed by a cocktail reception. Lunch will be provided. Attendees are responsible for travel and hotel accommodations. To register, complete the


Cynthia Hajost
Parnter, Washington, DC