Webinar: COVID 19 & Affordable Housing Property Management
March 5 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
TAAHP Members pay $55 / person
Non-Members pay $85 / person
Sorry, no refunds for registrations or sponsorships.
All payments are due at time of registration.
What We Will Cover:
Join us as we discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Affordable Housing Property Management. In this 1.5 hour webinar, we will cover:
- New IRS Guidance
- COVID impacts on Physical Operations
- Impacts to Financial Operations
- Fair Housing – Evictions => COVID
- TDHCA Special Reserve Account use
- New TDHCA Payment Assistance Program – $1Billion funding
Who Should Participate?
Beneficial for Property Managers, Property Management Staff, Property Owners and Consultants
10:00 am – Introductions
10:05 am – Presentation
11:15 am – Q&A
11:30 am – End
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Moderator & Panelists
Terri Anderson, Anderson Development — Moderator
Terri Anderson is an affordable housing developer who’s career began in 1994 as a banking analyst. Her specific career focus on affordable housing began when she was hired at TDHCA as a Single-Family Business Development Officer and then worked as the Multifamily Loan Officer in the Bond Finance Division. She also worked at Fannie Mae in the Southwest Regional Office Affordable Housing Division as an Account Executive. In 1999, Ms. Anderson become a mortgage banker successfully originating Fannie Mae and FHA loans. Ms. Anderson naturally progressed into affordable housing consulting in 2003 then into development beginning in 2007. During her career, she has helped develop over 1,800 affordable housing units across the State of Texas. Ms. Anderson also serves as Board Chair for several affordable housing related non-profit organizations and is committed to expanding affordable housing opportunities for those in need, including service on TAAHP’s Board of Directors from 2011-2013 and 2017-2020. Other service to TAAHP includes regular participation in the QAP Committee, TAAHP Rally Day, and the Texas Housing Conference.
Hugh Cobb, Asset Living
Hugh is responsible for overseeing the affordable division and assisting the multi-family division at Asset Living. In addition, he helps lead strategic new business initiatives for Asset Living. Hugh has over 30 years of real estate experience, spanning management, brokerage, lending, and investment. Throughout his career, he has completed lease ups on over 28,000 new and renovated units, while also holding various executive positions at Capstone Real Estate Services, The Trammell Crow Company, Integrity Properties and most recently, Alpha Barnes Real Estate Services.
Hugh earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (Dean’s List) from Texas Wesleyan University. After graduating, Hugh was appointed by President Reagan to serve as Congressional Liaison for The White House in Washington D.C. Hugh is the former President of the Apartment Association of Greater Dallas (AAGD) and currently serves as President of the Texas Apartment Association (TAA). He has been recognized by the Institute of Real Estate Management as a Certified Property Manager. On a federal level, Hugh lobbies on behalf of issues important to real estate investment, development, and housing affordability, in addition to serving several nonprofit organizations in board and advisory capacities.
Stephanie Naquin, Novogradac
Stephanie Naquin is a multifamily compliance manager in Novogradac’s Austin, Texas, office. Ms. Naquin was previously the director of multifamily compliance with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA), where her team oversaw all aspects of compliance monitoring, physical inspection and compliance administration. Ms. Naquin began her career as a leasing agent in August of 2002 with an owner-managed affordable housing organization where she had the opportunity to hold various positions in the private sector before joining TDHCA in 2007 as a compliance monitor. Her experience in both the private and regulatory sectors of the industry allows her to synthesize complicated federal and state regulations and present that information in a concise and easily digestible manner. Ms. Naquin is also a renowned public speaker and a nationally recognized expert in utility allowance regulations. Her certifications include the National Center for Housing Management Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS), the National Association of Home Builders Housing Credit Certified Professional (HCCP), and the Novogradac Property Compliance Certification (NPCC).
Rosalio Banuelos, TX Department of Housing & Community Affairs
Rosalio Banuelos is the Director of Multifamily Asset Management at TDHCA. He joined TDHCA in 2007 as a Cost Certification Specialist in the Real Estate Analysis Division and transferred to the Asset Management Division in 2012. He has been in his current position since August 2018, where he is responsible for the oversight of post-award activities for multifamily properties funded by TDHCA. Rosalio earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from St. Edward’s University.
Wendy Quackenbush , TX Department of Housing & Community Affairs
Wendy Quackenbush has served at the Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs in various roles since 2001. Currently, Mrs. Quackenbush is the Director of Compliance Monitoring. In her role, she manages and oversees the Compliance Team that conducts the onsite monitoring reviews, program and income eligibility training, technical assistance to development owners, management companies and others and oversees the Annual Owner’s Compliance Report (AOCR). Prior to joining the Department, she worked in the apartment industry since 1992 starting out as a leasing agent and eventually working as the Compliance Director for an affordable housing developer in the private sector. She is very passionate about affordable housing and helping others.
Brooke Boston , TX Department of Housing & Community Affairs
Brooke Boston is the Deputy Executive Director of Programs at the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. Brooke currently oversees all Department programs, which include all pandemic response efforts; poverty, weatherization, and energy assistance activities; single family and rental assistance activities; homelessness programs; barrier removal resources; Colonia Initiatives, and Multifamily Programs, including Housing Tax Credits and Multifamily Loans. Brooke also oversees the Fair Housing, Data Management, and Reporting section and the Housing Resource Center, which oversees the Department’s planning function and cross-agency relationships.
Brooke has been at the Department for 19 years and in program oversight and executive leadership roles for 16 of those years. Brooke is a member of the Leadership Texas Alumnae Association and a graduate of the Governor’s Executive Development Program. Brooke is an alumnus of Florida State University with a Master of Science in Planning.