2017 North Carolina Affordable Housing Conference
October 25–26, 2017 Raleigh Convention Center
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Register for this year's NC Affordable Housing Conference!

Register today to join your housing colleagues from around the state at North Carolina’s premier affordable housing conference for the latest news, innovations and best practices. Nearly 1,000 housing professionals attended last year’s event. This year’s conference will be packed with experts and education to help your business meet challenges and deliver for your clients.

Opening Session

David Erickson headshotDavid Erickson
David J. Erickson, director of community development at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, will discuss the need for affordable housing development to work in concert with health, education and public safety initiatives to foster community wellness and will provide insight on the impact of federal changes on community development.

Erickson launched and now advises the Federal Reserve journal Community Development Investment Review and previously served as research manager for the Center for Community Development Investments. He also helped to lead the collaboration between the Federal Reserve and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to bring together the health and community development fields.

Erickson is author of The Housing Policy Revolution: Networks and Neighborhoods, and has co-edited several other books on community investment.

Industry Update
Chris EstesChris Estes
Chris Estes, president and CEO of the National Housing Conference (NHC), currently leads the NHC's strategic direction for policy, communications and research work and serves as a national thought leader on affordable housing and community development issues. He also currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Baltimore Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and the National Low Income Housing Coalition, as well as the Fannie Mae Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.

The conference will feature

Questions? Contact the NC Housing Coalition or call 919-881-0707.

Conference Hosts


Community Investment Corporation of the Carolinas (CICCAR)

Established in 1990, CICCAR is a regional lending consortium offering permanent financing for affordable multifamily housing in six Southeastern states. With funding provided by a network of approximately 100 member institutions, CICCAR loans leverage the financial resources of the banking industry to support the development and preservation of high-quality apartment communities with rents that are affordable to families and seniors earning 60% or less of area median income. To date, CICCAR has financed over 20,000 units in more than 350 properties across the Southeast.

North Carolina Housing Coalition

North Carolina Housing Coalition

The NC Housing Coalition is a private, non-profit membership organization working for decent, affordable housing that promotes self-determination and stable communities for low- and moderate-income North Carolinians. Our mission is to lead a movement to ensure that every North Carolinian has a home in which to live with dignity and opportunity. This mission is supported through three primary activities: serving as a resource and referral network for individuals looking for housing assistance and for organizations looking for information; serving as a clearinghouse for best practices, research and data on housing issues in North Carolina; and leading a campaign to empower people to improve housing policy-making by increasing resources, program effectiveness and consumer protections.

Housing Finance Agency

North Carolina Housing Finance Agency

The NC Housing Finance Agency’s mission is to create affordable housing opportunities for North Carolinians whose needs are not met by the market. A self-supporting public agency, it provides financing through the sale of tax-exempt bonds and management of federal and state tax credit programs, the federal HOME Program, the state Housing Trust Fund, and other programs. The Agency offers low-cost mortgages, finances the development of affordable apartments and homes, and special-needs housing, finances rehab and emergency repairs of owner-occupied homes, and offers foreclosure prevention assistance. Since its 1973 creation by the General Assembly, the Agency has financed 255,000 affordable homes and apartments, totaling $19.2 billion.