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Affordable Housing - Navigating the Owner's Goals and Objectives

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$59.00

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$ 99.00

3/19/2020
11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: Judy Weber, CPM®, IREM Instructor Emeritus

Property managers are responsible for carrying out the goals of their owners. Owners of affordable housing, particularly nonprofits, are typically long-term owners. They often have “triple bottom line” objectives that go beyond achieving financial outcomes, such as maximizing NOI and increasing vale. Join Judy Weber, CPM®, as she explores the impact affordable housing owner’s goals can have on a property’s priorities, operations, and bottom line.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn why affordable housing owners are long-term owners
  • Investigate the triple bottom line in affordable housing
  • Explore different goals an owner of affordable housing might have
  • Examine the impact different goals have on a property’s financial performance

Judy Weber Judy Weber is a principal of VIVA Consulting and has over 30 years’ experience in the management and administration of affordable housing.  She currently provides affordable property management capacity-building services to profit, nonprofit and government agencies, property and asset management instruction and training in a variety of academic and institutional settings, as well as technical assistance and research in various national studies on the operations of affordable housing.    She provides organizational and process design services to affordable housing organizations as well. 

Previously, she was the Senior Vice President for Property Management for The Community Builders, Inc., a $35 million nonprofit firm that offers a full range of professional real estate services in property development and management, planning, human services and law.  She has also served as a Management Officer for the Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency (now MassHousing), as Chief Operating Officer for The Shoreline Corporation in Cambridge, MA and as a Peace Corps volunteer in Sierra Leone, West Africa.

She is a CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER® (CPM®) and Instructor Emeritus for the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) for whom she taught regularly from 1987 to 2018. She is also a frequent developer of curriculum and instructor and lecturer on affordable housing and asset management topics at universities, public housing authorities and training institutes and clinics sponsored by HUD, LISC, NeighborWorks® and CHAM®. She has an MBA from Boston College and an undergraduate degree from New York University. 

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