Housing North Dakota will bring housing-industry representatives and community leaders together for policy discussions and professional development.
Hosted annually by North Dakota Housing Finance Agency, the Statewide Housing Conference is April 25-26 at the Ramkota Hotel in Bismarck.
“Conference attendees hear from recognized experts, develop new skills, learn about available resources and make real face-to-face connections," said Jolene Kline, NDHFA executive director.
Presentations on April 25 focus on housing policy, including Gov. Doug Burgum discussing housing’s role within the Main Street Initiative and an economic forecast from Elliot Eisenberg, a nationally acclaimed economist. Other presentations are on livable communities, a comprehensive approach to understanding and addressing community challenges and a discussion of why housing should be a care consideration followed by best practices.
Concurrent sessions on April 26 offer professional development opportunities for lending and real estate professionals, multifamily developers and property owners and managers.
NDHFA will present its Champion of Affordable Housing Awards on the second day of the event as well.
Register online at www.ndhfa.org by April 13 to receive the lowest rates. The fee for both the Policy Day and Training Day is $160; Policy Day or Training Day is $85; and the Champion Awards Lunch only is $17.50.