The Tennessee Housing Conference, managed by THDA, offers opportunities for professionals from every facet of the housing industry to connect with one another, share best practices, attend educational panels, meet with vendors and exhibitors, and explore how to better meet the housing needs of Tennessee families.
Who Should Attend?
Everyone involved in providing housing opportunities to Tennessee families
Note: Registration is transferable BEFORE March 4 by contacting Debby Beard at [email protected]
A printed registration is not needed at the event. Please bring a photo ID to check in.
The registration table will be open at 9:00am.
After midnight on March 4, 2020 NO refunds will be issued. (You may send an alternate attendee but no refunds after this date/time)
Questions should be sent to [email protected]
For more information, visit the conference website at https://tnhousingconference.com/.
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) is Tennessee’s housing finance agency, created by the General Assembly in 1973. THDA was created to promote the production of more affordable new housing units for very low, low and moderate income individuals and families in the state, to promote the preservation and rehabilitation of existing housing units for such persons, and to bring greater stability to the residential construction industry and related industries so as to assure a steady flow of production of new housing units.
In addition to serving as the primary administrator for numerous federal and state housing programs, THDA is authorized to issue tax-exempt Mortgage Revenue Bonds to support financing opportunities for first-time homebuyers and veterans. THDA is not a direct lender. THDA purchases qualified home loans originated through its private-sector lending partners. All THDA loans have 30-year, fixed-rate terms and offer a maximum grant of 5% in down-payment assistance. All homebuyers receiving down-payment assistance must complete a homebuyer education course.
Image courtesy of THDA.