Events

Annual Housing Conference Series

Every year, New Hampshire Housing hosts a series of conferences so developers, real estate professionals, financers, and others from the housing industry can come together and share ideas about affordable housing in the Granite State.

2016-2017 Conference Series

  • Economic and Housing Market Update Conference – October 19, 2016  Complete
  • Conference on Homeownership – April 4, 2017  Complete
  • Multi-family Housing Conference – May 8, 2017  Registration Now Open

Sponsorship opportunities are still available for the 2016-2017 series.

2017-18 Conference Series

  • Economic and Housing Market Update Conference – November 4, 2017
  • Conference on Homeownership – date pending
  • Multi-family Housing Conference – date pending

Sponsorship opportunities coming soon!

Homeownership Events

Homebuyer Fair
Our free Homebuyer Fair is held every spring. It features exhibitors and on-site seminars designed to educate people about how to take their first steps toward purchasing a home. Attendees will learn how to establish good credit, how to determine which type of mortgage is right for them, how to start their search for a home, and much more! Click here for more information.

Homebuyer Education
Click the link above for an updated calendar of homebuying seminars and workshops held around the state.

Trainings for Lenders & Real Estate Professionals
We offer trainings for lenders and real estate professionals about our mortgage programs throughout the year. Check this list for updated training events and information.

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Multi-Family Housing Conference: Changes in Washington & the Impact on Affordable Housing 

Join New Hampshire Housing for its 2017 Multi-Family Housing Conference in Meredith. The focus is on how the changes in Washington may impact the affordable housing development industry. Our keynote speaker is David Smith, CEO of the Affordable Housing Institute, and there will be discussions and updates on federal and state policy, as well as the practical effects of policy and equity market changes.

Registration for this event is $45 and includes a full breakfast. Registration closes Tuesday, May 2. Click here for more information and to register.