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Please join us for our January Business Resource and General Membership Meeting. This meeting is open to everyone.
January Business Resource and Membership Meeting
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 @ 9:30am
Join us for the launching of our Community Engagement Initiative! Find our how Realtists can get involved in their community and take advantage of educational offerings that can expand your knowledge base.
The Empire Board of Realtists, Inc is proud to welcome
Atlanta Housing Association of Neighborhood-Based Developers
Georgia State Trade Association of Non-Profit Developers
to discuss the REO Training Program
With support from Wells Fargo and PNC Bank, AHAND and G-STAND have arranged for the Center for Community Progress (CCP) to conduct a series of three trainings in Atlanta in the first quarter of 2013 for affordable housing developers and others engaged in the redevelopment of foreclosed properties. With Georgia remaining at or near the top nationally in continuing foreclosure activity, the need for substantial redevelopment and redisposition strategies in the nonprofit sector remains a top priority. Local governments, too, have an interest in mitigating the effects of foreclosures. The full day workshops, will provide information on the best practices for strategies across the full spectrum of single-family redevelopment and redisposition activities.
CCP is nationally renowned for its role as a technical assistance provider, particularly in the area of innovative REO and vacant property redevelopment best practices. CCP’s ‘Reclaiming Vacant Properties’ conference in New Orleans a few months ago drew hundreds of people from across the nation to learn about innovative and effective strategies for REO redevelopment.
Class 1. Building Stronger Neighborhoods TM - Jan. 24, 2013
Developing new ways to look at how CDCs, local officials, and other stakeholders can manage neighborhood change is critical in order to bring about sustainable and equitable revitalization. This workshop will provide a detailed look at how to increase the desirability in a community’s housing stock, how to preserve affordable housing while doing so, and more.
$10.00 for Members
$20.00 for Non-Members