NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSING CONFERENCES
New Hampshire Housing will present three half-day events in 2018 to provide educational and networking opportunities about addressing the Granite State’s affordable housing and economic development needs. These specialized conferences explore the latest topics in housing development, housing advocacy and policy, and economic trends.
These events draw professionals from the financial, real estate, lending, development, nonprofit, and other housing-related sectors, as well as public officials and business leaders.
October 4, 2018 – Housing and the Economy Conference, Manchester
This event explores the housing market and economy, and features a keynote speaker and panel discussion. It draws about 250 professionals from the financial, real estate, lending, development, nonprofit, and other housing-related industries.
2018 Multi-Family Housing Conference Materials
Housing Policy Update Presentation by Elissa Margolin
Impact Investing & Housing Finance Presentation by Anne Segrest McCulloch
Vermont SASH Program Presentation
Homebuyer Fairs and Education Workshops
Our free Homebuyer Fairs are held in the spring and feature exhibitors and seminars designed to help educate people about the steps that lead 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 search for a home, and much more!
Calendar of Homeownership Events >>
NHHFA also offers homebuyer seminars and workshops throughout the year around the state, hosted by our partner organizations.
Trainings for Lenders & Real Estate Professionals
New Hampshire Housing offer trainings for lenders and real estate professionals about our mortgage programs. Contact Darren O'Toole for schedule.
Conference - Civil Rights and Resources for Residents of Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities
On April 24, 2018 New Hampshire Housing co-sponsored a day-long conference with New Hampshire Legal Assistance and Hanover Hill Health Care Center titled Civil Rights and Resources for Residents of Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities. The conference was held in honor of Joseph White. Speakers and panelists included officials from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, the US Attorney’s Office, the US Department of Health and Human Services, the New Hampshire Office of Long-term Care Ombudsman, the New Hampshire Association of Residential Care Homes, the Crotched Mountain Foundation, New Hampshire Legal Assistance, the Disability Rights Center, and the New Hampshire Department of Justice.