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REGISTER This webinar will help housing administrators incorporate and document the required 20 percent of the SHIP allocation to serve persons with special needs into the LHAP. The presenter will review documentation and reporting requirements related to each type of applicant with special needs as defined in s. 420.0004 of the Florida Statutes. The training is designed to highlight successful initiatives from SHIP communities involving assistance with rental housing, home repair, purchase assistance, and more. Learn how local Centers for…Find out more »
REGISTER This workshop provides participants with an introduction to the housing development process from the point of view of the developer. It is designed for nonprofit developers, housing program administrators, and their community partners. The presenter will address land use, impact fees, permitting, platting and more. Understanding the development process, as well as the costs and financing needed to make affordable housing production happen, will enable housing administrators to design effective affordable housing programs. Participants will also gain a better…Find out more »
REGISTER As the majority of SHIP funds must be spent on construction and rehabilitation activities, local governments must often partner with contractors that have the skills and expertise needed to implement housing rehabilitation and construction projects. This webinar will provide guidance to local governments on advertising their programs to solicit contractors, screening contractors to make sure they have the necessary licenses and qualifications, establishing and maintaining a contractors pool, using local businesses and contracting with small, minority owned and women-owned businesses, and addressing challenges in getting…Find out more »