Registration underway for WHEDA Conference 2017
Well-known country recording artist and author, Jimmy Wayne is the featured keynote speaker.
(MADISON) – Registration is underway for the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) Conference 2017. The conference takes place at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison, Tuesday, September 12, 2017.
With approximately 700 in attendance each year, the WHEDA Conference is a “can’t miss” event for industry colleagues working to create affordable housing and sustainable communities.
Sessions will be held on topics including tax reform, equity market trends, New Markets Tax Credit financing, how municipalities can drive housing development, updates from Capitol Hill and HUD, what’s new at WHEDA, and much more.
Well-known country recording artist and author, Jimmy Wayne is the featured keynote speaker. A former foster child, Wayne now crusades for at-risk foster youth, and hopes to build transitional homes for youth who age of out of foster care. Wayne’s keynote address is sure to be impactful and inspirational.
To learn more and to register for the conference, go to https://www.wheda.com/theconference/
For 45 years, WHEDA, as an independent state authority, has provided low-cost financing for housing and small business development in Wisconsin. Since 1972, WHEDA has financed more than 84,000 affordable rental units, helped more than 122,000 families purchase a home and made more than 29,000 small business and agricultural loan guarantees. For more information on WHEDA programs, visit wheda.com or call 800-334-6873.
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