Community Development

2010

 

D.C. Metro Area Tenants at Foreclosure Conference

foreclosure

Thu., May 6, 2010
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Fannie Mae Conference Center, Washington, D.C.

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Overview

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Capital Area Foreclosure Network (C.A.F.N.) and Fannie Mae has partnered to hold the D.C. Metro Area Tenants at Foreclosure Conference.

This one-day conference will offer up-to-date information on federal, state and local laws intended to protect tenants whose landlords are facing foreclosure. Participants will discuss the challenges that arise for various stakeholders and explore effective responses to real-life case studies from Washington, D.C., suburban Maryland and Virginia. 

There is no cost for the conference and lunch will be provided.

 

Audience

Attorneys, housing counselors, housing agency staff, property managers, mortgage brokers and real estate agents, and others with an interest in rental housing.

This workshop will not offer continuing education credits for real estate sales agents and brokers or property managers. However, certificates of attendance will be available for attendees who wish to submit such certificates to their professional associations in hopes of being awarded four hours toward their continuing education credit requirement.


Contact Information

For more information about the conference, contact Amy Fishman at the Nonprofit Roundtable at (202) 973-2506 or information@capitalareaforeclosurenetwork.org.

 

Resources/Presentations

D.C. Metro Area Tenants at Foreclosure Conference Agenda

Press Release

Preliminary Indicators of Where Washington Area Tenants May Be Involved in Foreclosure, Richard Todd

Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure: Title VII, P.L. 111-22, David Rammler

Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act Compliance, Angelyque Campbell

Maryland Tenant in Foreclosure Timeline, Matt Hill

Evictions in Maryland Foreclosure Cases, Rachel Abramson

Sample Notices to Vacate, Beth Harrison

Washington Metro Area Tenants in Foreclosure Conference Case Studies

Tenants at Foreclosure: Washington Metro Area Matrix

Sample Tenants-In-Foreclosure Intake Questionnaire, Matt Hill

Sample Notice to be Given to Tenants by Successors in Interest, Dipti Pidikiti-Smith

Biographies for Presenters, Moderators and Case Study Facilitators

Capital Area Foreclosure Network Information Sheet

 

Registration

Deadline: April 29, 2010

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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