Novogradac The Future Is RAD Webinar - (NOV 2019) - On-Demand

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program has seen the conversion and upgrade of hundreds of thousands of public housing units. Hear how RAD works, including the pluses and minuses of being part of the program.

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Original Air Date: November 15, 2019
Duration: 2 hours
Access to Recording Expires: November 15, 2020

Instructors

Renee Beaver
Partner
Novogradac

Richelle Patton
President
Collaborative Housing Solutions

Joshua Reiss
Vice President
Hunt Real Estate Capital

Barry Palmer
Director
Coats Rose P.C

Monica Sussman
Partner
Nixon Peabody LLP

Outline

  • Basic RAD overview
  • Self-development vs. developer partners
  • Negotiating with developer partners: guarantees
  • Key issues for PHAs partners with investor
  • Exit strategy on RAD deals
  • Other key issues for PHAs partnering with investor
  • Other important issues for PHAs
  • Tips for successful RAD/LIHTC projects
  • Tips for successful RAD/S.18 projects
  • Tips for converting existing mixed-finance properties to RAD
  • Case studies
  • The investor and tax counsel’s issues
  • Valuation
  • RAD rehab assistance payments
  • True debt analysis
  • HUD's Section 202 Elderly Housing Program
  • 202 Program History
  • Section 202 loan program
  • Section 202 capital advance program
  • American Homeownership and Economic Opportunity Act
  • RAD for PRAC guidance published in Rev-4

Target Audience

This webinar is for developers, syndicators, attorneys, consultants, housing authorities, government officials, and accountants.

Terms and Conditions
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Nonprofit: $110
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