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Owners/Agents (for-profit non-profit), Service Coordinators, Management and Maintenance staff of LIHTC, Housing Authority, Rural Housing, HUD subsidized or HUD insured properties.
SAHMA's priority is the health and well-being of our SAHMA community and in consideration of the current public health guidance related to the COVID-19 coronavirus SAHMA announces the new dates (July 13th - 15th) of the Housing Management Conference for Affordable Housing: Louisville, KY.
LOUISVILLE, KY Tuesday, July 14 - Wednesday, July 15 *Pre-Conference Courses: Monday, July 13th
The Galt House *Newly Renovated* | 140 North Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202 | (502) 589-5200
Click Here to Make your Hotel Reservation Online
Room Rate: Rivue Tower - $149; Suite Tower - $169
Hotel Cutoff Date: June 21st
Ask for the SAHMA Room Block to be guaranteed the special rate.
*Make your reservations early as the room block is subject to sell out
Hotel Self-Parking: $10 per day for overnight guests of the hotel
|Registration fees before June 15th:
SAHMA Member - $329
Non-Member - $379
|Registration fees after June 15th:
SAHMA Member - $379
Non-Member - $429
*Registration closes on Monday, June 29th
Derby Dinner Playhouse | Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella"
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 • 5:15 pm - 10:00 pm
Join us at Derby Dinner Playhouse for a delightful production of the Broadway musical, Cinderella. This event has a $45 non-refundable ticket price which will include dinner. Buses will pick up at the Galt House at 5:15 pm. The dinner buffet begins at 6:00 pm and the show starts at 7:45 pm. Grab your friends, guest tickets are available. *Derby Dinner Playhouse guest tickets may only be purchased for individuals 21+ years of age.
*This is a paperless event and printed handouts will not be available at the state conference. Registrants will receive the state conference handouts via email prior to the event.
You are able to register up to 49 Associates in conjunction with your registration. If you are registering more than 49 associates, please contact the SAHMA office.
If you need assistance please call the SAHMA office.
Training is an integral part of staying in compliance when managing/owning ANY type of multifamily affordable housing community. The HUD 4381.5 Rev-2 Management Agent Handbook reminds us that training and related expenses are a project allowable expense. In addition, all of SAHMA’s PBCA, State Housing, Rural Development and Public Housing partners always support and participate in the SAHMA Affordable Housing Conferences and all have reiterated the following time and time again: “There is a wealth of information available to all participants, from the latest on new regulations to industry best practices. Conference attendees experience great opportunities to find solutions to some every day challenges and interaction with peers and partners is invaluable.” Please remember that ongoing training and development is often tied to property performance and SAHMA is considered an excellent resource in providing quality education and training at an affordable price.
Call for 2020 HMC Award Nominations - Click here for more information
Mission: The annual Housing Management Conference awards honor high performing individuals and organizations whose passion and caring as well as innovation and strategies are used to help meet the needs of families and communities across Kentucky. The goal of these awards is to:
- Recognize outstanding efforts and performance.
- Identify best practices and quantitative results
- Share housing solutions, ideas and strategies.
Official Charity of the 2020 Housing Management Conference for Affordable Housing: Special Olympics
Their mission is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other athletes and the community. Special Olympics is a global organization that changes lives by promoting understanding, acceptance and inclusion among people with and without intellectual disabilities. The Special Olympics was founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, through year round sports, health, education and community building, they change the lives of people with intellectual disabilities in 172 countries by providing opportunities and helping fight the intolerance, injustice, and social isolation faced by their 4.9 million athletes.
This year the proceeds from our Charity Auction and other fundraising activities will support Special Olympics. For more information or to donate items to the charity auction please contact Cylvia Houser, Charity Committee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Housing Management Conference