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2022 Programs
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Reasonable Accommodations

File Maintenance & Audit


Fundamentals of Calculating Income

LEP Plans & Fair Housing


Implementing VAWA On-Site

Advanced EIV

Guidance for Service/Support Animals


Calculating Asset Income

Communicating With Residents


Interviewing Applicants at Move-In

Updating AFHMP

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2022 Webinar Training Calendar

Please note: For logistical reasons we highly prefer that you pay for webinars with a credit card. When that is not possible, please let us know in the registration form comment box when we can expect a check. Webinar substitutions can be made 3 days before the class at no cost, with a new email address. (Individual email addresses are required for all participants). Cancellations must be made 5 days prior to the class and a $25 service fee will be applied.

Thursday, August 18

Reasonable Accomodations

10:00 - 11:30 am | Gwen Volk | $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members

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Live-in aids, assistance animals, assigned parking . . . Fair Housing laws require owners/managers of rental housing to make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities when a rule, policy or practice interferes with the person’s right to use and enjoy their dwelling or when an accommodation will enable the tenant to comply with the lease, house rules and other requirements of tenancy. What is reasonable? What is necessary? When and how do you verify that the accommodation is related to the disability? What are the limitations on the Owner/Manager responsibility to provide the accommodation? What do you do when lease violations persist or result from the accommodation? Get the answers to these and other questions by reviewing the applicable laws and applying them to real-world examples and solutions.

Thursday, August 25

Resident File Set-up & Self Auditing

for PBRA Section 8 and/or LIHTC

10:00 - 11:30 am | Heather Wezensky$95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members

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In this session we will discuss the timing and processes of programmatic management reviews for both Multifamily PBRA Section 8 Properties and LIHTC properties. We will discuss what the agencies are most likely to review, as well as the items you must have prepared to ensure a quick and painless management review. We will cover best practices and file organization to make certain that you have a great management review experience. We will then move on to the pertinent file documents, and how-to self-audit for mistakes or miscalculations. We will review typical resident file errors and offer self-auditing checklists, as wells tips and recommendations on how to correct non-compliance if it is discovered during your self-audit.

Wednesday, Septerber 21

Fundamentals of Calculating Annual Income

10:00 - 11:30 am | Jenny DeSilva | $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members

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This class is a must have for all managers – whether you are new to the industry and looking to establish a skill set for appropriate eligibility determination and rent calculations or a seasoned manager looking to build upon your basic understanding to be successful in an imperfect world. Learn what types of income do and do not count and how to correctly annualize these figures. We will explore when you can utilize EIV Income Reports as the sole source of income verification and when other methods of verification are required. This session will also address calculation challenges involving student income, fluctuating income, self-employment scenarios, and cash transfer applications now being utilized by residents.

Tuesday, September 27

LEP Plans and Fair Housing

10:00 - 11:30 am | Gwen Volk | $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members

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IHUD recently reminded us that failure to provide meaningful access to persons with Limited English Proficiency could be a violation of the Fair Housing Act. Why? Because national origin is a protected class. HUD and RD properties are required to periodically look at the LEP profile of their residents and market area and update their plan to provide meaningful access. But even a tax credit or market rate property could be in trouble if LEP persons face barriers to applying. Come to this session and learn what to do about LEP

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