Fair Housing Act Training – March 3, 2021

This very important training is designed to inform all attendees of the Fair Housing Law and how to avoid the effect violations of the law can have on your organization.  On March 3, 2021 two sessions will be held– ~~ 8:30 am to 12:00 noon for Housing Managers, Management Agents, Owners/Landlords & Realtors ~~ 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm for Maintenance Staff & Personnel.

The Federal Fair Housing Act (1968 and 1988) makes it illegal to discriminate in the sale or rental of housing when the discrimination is based on any of the following factors:

  • Race
  • Color
  • Religion
  • Sex
  • National Origin
  • Familial Status
  • Disability

The Laws protect against discriminatory actions (based on one of the factors above)  such as:

  • refusing to sell or rent
  • sexual harassment
  • quoting a difference in housing availability
  • quoting a difference insecurity deposit required
  • quoting a different monthly rent
  • refusing to rent to a family or individual with children

Click Here To Register and for more information about the training 

This very important training is designed to inform all attendees of the Fair Housing Law and how to avoid the effect violations of the law can have on your organization.  On March 3, 2021 two sessions will be held– ~~ 8:30 am to 12:00 noon for Housing Managers, Management Agents, Owners/Landlords & Realtors ~~ 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm for Maintenance Staff & Personnel.

The Federal Fair Housing Act (1968 and 1988) makes it illegal to discriminate in the sale or rental of housing when the discrimination is based on any of the following factors:

Housing Credit Certified Professionals (HCCP) Program- August 24-26, 2021

The Housing Credit Certified Professionals (HCCP) Program will be held August 24-26, 2021.  The HCCP is a national professional certification that sets professional competency standards for housing credit professionals involved in developing, investing in, allocating, and managing housing credit properties.  Participants will 1)  Increase their knowledge of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program; 2)  Be eligible for consideration for the Housing Credit Certified Professional (HCCP) national designation.

The training will cover all aspects of the LIHTC Program including by not limited to: Role of State Agencies; Rent Calculations & Utility Allowances, Minimum Set-Aside Tests; Extended Use Issues; Assets; Student Rules; Re-certification Requirements; Resident Transfers; Fees; Acquisition/Rehab Issues; Commercial Use; Non-profit Requirements, and more.

Who Should Attend — Developers; Investors; On-Site Managers; Management Agents; LIHTC Allocation & Compliance  Agency Staff.

Attendees can register for both the training and exam or for training only.  Attendees who complete the training and pass the exam will be eligible to apply for the HCCP designation

More information on Registration will be forthcoming –Mark Your Calendars.  

2019 POSTER CONTEST WINNERS

 

DE NAHRO Announces the Winners of the 2019 Annual Poster Contest.

 

Elementary School Age Winners:

1st Place  – Azande Mosley-Scott, Dover, Age 10
2nd Place – Brielle Willingham, New Castle County, Age 4
3rd Place – Addison Murphy, New Castle County, Age 7

Middle School Age Winners:

1st Place – Mariah Wheeler, Sussex County, Age 12
2nd Place – Gracie Marie Stebner, New Castle County, Age 13
3rd Place – Azhimere Curry, Dover, Age 12

High School Age Winners:

1st Place – Teonna Wilson, New Castle County, Age 16
2nd Place – Madison Stewart, New Castle County,
3rd Place – Angel Chegi, Dover, Age 15

Each first place winner won a $100 gift card, a blue ribbon and will be entered into the National NAHRO Poster Contest.
Each second place winner won a $50 gift card and a red ribbon
Each third place winner won a $25 gift card and a yellow ribbon

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR WINNERS!

DE NAHRO Scholarship

DE NAHRO annually awards a $4,000 scholarship to a graduating Delaware High School Senior to continue their education.  Each year for up to 4 years the awardee can receive a $1,000 to be used toward their college education.  In order to qualify for the scholarship program, the applicant most meet the following criteria:

–Lives in subsidized housing defined as Project Based Section 8, Rural Development Section 515,Housing Choice Voucher, Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), Public Housing, Habitat for Humanity Home, Self Help Homeownership Program, or USDA Rural Development Homeownership Program at time of application.

–Has 2.5 Minimum Cumulative GPA

–Provide 2 Letters of recommendation: one from a person in authority from the high school and one from a community leader.

–Write a 500 word essay –  “Who or what has inspired you to further your education?  Explain your future goals and aspirations.

–Provides a completed application with a list of all extra-curricular activities in school and in the community.

Application Deadline is June 1, 2020

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A COPY OF THE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PLEASE CLICK ON THE “DE NAHRO SCHOLARSHIP ASSISTANCE PROGRAM” UNDER THE GENERAL INFO & NEWS TAB