Professional Development for Agents, Owners & Staff
JAHMA hosts events throughout the year to inform and educate New Jersey affordable housing professionals on the latest policy changes, industry trends, and best practices.
To accurately resolve discrepancies, you must be able to interpret the EIV Income Detail Report and the EIV Income Discrepancy Report.
The Certified Professional of Occupancy (CPO) course is a comprehensive program offered by the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) for property management staff in affordable developments, including LIHTC. It is the only occupancy course that covers the HUD 4350.3 Handbook in its entirety, with specific handbook references cited in the margins of the course text.
In this advanced webinar, Jenny Desilva with Blueprint Housing Solutions will highlight specific new elements of your leasing and occupancy procedures that will be scrutinized during your MOR and help you develop your "To Do" list to avoid findings.
This 2 hour webinar with Heather Staggs of STAR Momentum will cover the basics you need to know to qualify applicants and current residents within your community.
The current version of TRACS, 202D, is being upgraded to 203A in order for HUD to accept data from Multifamily Housing (MFH) business partners that complies with updated policies and procedures. This webinar is being offered in order to prepare users for the updates that will be made to the TRACS system with TRACS Release 203A.
The IRS 8823 Guide lists the 17 types of non-compliance that state agencies must report to the IRS. In this webinar Gwen Volk with INFOCUS will cover the common mistakes that lead to non-compliance, how to avoid them, how to repair them if they occur and the penalties that are incurred for each.
Proceeds from the 2018 Golf Outing will further the education in the 2018-2019 school year for those residents living at JAHMA member Affiliate Property.
More than 450 people attend JAHMA's annual Spring Management Event every year at the Borgata in Atlantic City. The SME is presented in partnership with the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency.
Gwen Volk with INFOCUS will give an overview of the areas of difference when LIHTC, HOME, Section 8, Bond, and RD programs are blended plus a closer look at managing the differences in student eligibility rules, treatment of over-income households, and rent calculation.