october, 2021

07oct3:00 pm4:00 pm3:00 pm – 4:00 pm PDT (6:00 pm – 7:00 pm EDT)

Event Details

Workshop:  Uncover the Oregon Affordable Housing Tax Credit 

Date:  Thursday, Oct. 7

Time:  3:00 pm – 4:00 pm PDT (6:00 pm – 7:00 pm EDT)

Presenters:

Martin Jarvis, Program Analyst, Oregon Housing and Community Services

Tai Dunson-Strane, Production Analyst, Oregon Housing and Community Services

Ken Morrell, Portfolio Administration and Compliance, Oregon Housing and Community Services

Description:

The OAHTC is a financing tool unique to Oregon and has recently had a statutory update to better align with funding from Rural Development, along with an increase to the cap!  Joined by others from OHCS, OAHTC program manager Martin Jarvis will lead this session highlighting these recent updates, along with a review of the program use and compliance requirements of OAHTC funding. Topics of discussion will include:  what the credit is and how it works, how it can benefit both property owners and tenants, why it’s so important in our current housing climate, program exemptions and key compliance requirements.


Workshop:  SB 458 – Expanding Homeownership Through “Missing Middle Housing” Legislation 

Date:  Thursday, Oct. 7

Time:  3:00 pm – 4:00 pm PDT (6:00 pm – 7:00 pm EDT)

Moderator:

Ethan Stuckmayer, Senior Planner of Housing Programs, Oregon Department Land Conservation and Development

Panelists:

Shannon Vilhauer, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity Oregon

Ariel Nelson, Lobbyist, Oregon League of Cities

Ellen Miller, Senior Lobbyist & Owner, Bau Oregon and  Government Affairs Director for the Oregon Home Builders Association

Description:

Missing Middle Housing describes a range of house-scale buildings with multiple units – duplex, triplex, or more – compatible in scale and form with detached single-family homes. SB 458, passed in the 2021 legislative session, streamlines the permitting process and allows land division to separate dwelling units for new middle housing in cities across the state. Join this panel discussion to learn more about the parameters of what will be allowed for such land divisions and when the changes will go into effect. The learning process leading to passage is a great lesson in working closely with local jurisdictions that will be responsible for implementation and finding solutions that will work for them. While the legislation expands a new homeownership opportunity, how can we help ensure they’ll be accessible for low-income working families?

 

Time

(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

About

Housing Oregon works to ensure all Oregonians have a healthy and stable place to live. Housing Oregon is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 8427Portland, OR 97207

Contact

Brian HoopAssociation Directorbrian@housingoregon.org503-475-6056

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