Neighborly sponsors the 2021 NACCED spring Legislative meeting.

Join us on March 2-4 2021 for the NACCED Spring Legislative Meeting.

Tuesday, March 2

Time 1:00-3:00 pm eastern - HUD Career and Political Staff : HUD Update

Time 3:00-4:00 pm eastern - Daria Daniel, NACo : Washington Legislative Update

HUD staff from both the career and political appointee side will address NACCED members on the Biden administration’s priorities, followed by programmatic Q&A.

Following the HUD panel, NACo Associate Legislative Director Daria Daniels will present a Washington update on the new administration’s priorities and the new Congress.

Wednesday, March 3

Time 2:00-2:45 pm eastern - Neighborly Software : Creating Emergency Rental Assistance Programs

Time 3:00-5:00 pm eastern - Mark Shelburne : What local Governments should know about tax credits

Legislative Conference sponsor Neighborly Software will provide an overview of how their software empowers local governments to create effective emergency rental assistance programs using federally-created funds.

In this “tax credits 201” session, Mark Shelburne of Novogradac Consulting will explain the low-income housing tax credit, the nation’s only large-scale affordable production program. He will specifically focus on components relevant to local governments.

Thursday, March 4

Time 1:00 pm eastern - Rocio Sanchez-Moyano, Senior Researcher,

Center for Community Development Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco :

The Role of Geography on Hispanic Homeownership and Wealthbuilding

In this talk, Rocio Sanchez-Moyano, Senior Researcher, Center for Community Development Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, will discuss her research on the role of geography in contributing to homeownership inequality between Hispanics and whites. The talk is centered around two research questions: what financial and demographic factors influence a combined own/rent, urban/suburban decision, and how are these different for Hispanic versus white families? And, how do the neighborhoods of Hispanic home buyers compare to those of white households, and do these improve in the suburbs? She concludes with the implications of these findings on the way we think about homeownership policy and homeownership as a vehicle for wealth building, as well as exploring how this helps us understand changing dynamics across cities and suburbs.

Additional Content: Friday, March 5

Time 2:00-4:00 pm eastern - NACCED Board of Directors meeting

Email NACCED Executive Director Laura DeMaria for login information.

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Member - $75

Nonmember - $100