Show your support for TAAHP programming while also getting exposure for your business. Sponsorships can be purchased online by clicking below. Note that your company will receive sponsorship benefits at both the Market Outlook and Holiday Party & Scholarship Fundraiser events.
Sponsorships are limited as outlined below:
TAAHP’s Annual Holiday Party is BACK! Join us for one of the most anticipated events of the year where influential members of Texas’ affordable housing industry get together for some fun, networking and fundraising for TAAHP’s Scholarship Fund.
NEW this year: Make plans to join us for the Affordable Housing 2022 Market Outlook preceding the Holiday Party where we’ll hear from experts an analysis of variables impacting the affordable housing industry in Texas – including development costs, supply and demand and more!
Affordable Housing Market Outlook Presentation*
2:30 pm – On-site check-in opens
3:00 pm – Market Outlook Program Begins
5:00 pm – Market Outlook Program Ends
Holiday Party & Scholarship Fundraiser
5:30 pm – Holiday Party Begins
8:00 pm – Holiday Party Ends
TAAHP is securing a room block at the Fairmont Hotel. The reservation link will be available soon. If you register before the room block link is available, we will email it directly to all registrants when it becomes available and will also post a link here.
TAAHP Members pay $25 / person*
Non-Members pay $75 / person
Your holiday party ticket includes hors d’oeuvres & open bar.
Sorry, no refunds for registrations or sponsorships. All payments are due at time of registration.
*TAAHP Members Can Bring One Guest to the Holiday Party @ the Member Rate.
(Select non-member registration & Use promo code GUEST at checkout)
Registration closes December 1st at 5pm CT.
Increase your chances of winning by buying multiple tickets. All net proceeds benefit the TAAHP Scholarship Fund that provides scholarships to students living in Affordable Housing in Texas.
Winner will be announced at TAAHP’s 2021 Holiday Party at the Fairmont Austin Hotel. You do not have to be present to win!
Many of these award-winning hotels are recognized on the Conde Nast Gold List and as a Top 500 Hotels in the World according to Travel+Leisure Magazine. Participating properties subject to change without notice.
Winner will be announced @ the Holiday Party. You Do Not need to be present to win. All proceeds benefit the TAAHP Scholarship Fund & students living in affordable housing.
TAAHP Members pay $85 / person
Non-Members pay $135 / person
Sorry, no refunds for registrations or sponsorships.
All payments are due at time of registration.
Registration closes December 1st at 5pm CT.
Dr. Clare Losey is an assistant research economist at the Texas Real Estate Research Center. Her research broadly focuses on developing econometric and statistical models for Texas housing markets, with an emphasis on modeling housing affordability. She conducts research and analysis for special case studies on housing affordability for cities, communities, and nonprofit organizations across Texas.
Dr. Losey joined the Center as a student worker in 2016. She was previously employed by Texas A&M University as a teaching assistant, project assistant, and research assistant. She brings to the Center a broad range of experience in estimating the housing needs of different cities and communities across the state.
Alexander Hermann is a Senior Research Analyst, working on projects related to housing markets, demographics, and housing policy. Prior to joining the Center, he worked as a grant writer at a Detroit nonprofit providing housing and treatment services to homeless populations. Alex received a Master’s in Public Policy and a Master’s in Urban Planning from the University of Michigan.
Angela Kelcher is the Director of Affordable Production for Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Mortgage Business. In this position she manages production strategy and deliveries from the nationwide network of approved affordable lenders. The Affordable Channel focuses on properties with recorded rent or income restrictions or other affordability characteristics.
Before joining Fannie Mae in 2004, Angela worked for Bank of America providing construction financing for affordable multifamily properties. She also worked for SunAmerica structuring equity investments in Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties.
Angela has served on the board of the Central Arlington Housing Development Corporation and as an officer on the board of the North Texas Housing Coalition.