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Training Opportunity Survey - Training Development Finance Professional Certification Program™

June 1, 2017View for printing

The Montana Board of Housing (MBOH) has staff that needs training and is aware of others in the Montana Department of Commerce who do, as well. We will host the National Development Council's (NDC) Housing Development Finance Professional (HDFP) in 2017 or 2018, if we can determine that there is enough interest.

We know that many of our partners and staff might also be ready for the NDC training and could save a significant amount if they only had to travel to Helena.

Here is a description of the training:

Housing Development Finance Professional Certification Programâ„¢

The National Development Council's Housing Development Finance Professional (HDFP) Certification Programâ„¢ thoroughly examines the practice of affordable housing finance and development. Participants learn the steps of the housing development process, the techniques used to analyze and structure financing for home ownership and rental housing deals, and the problem solving and negotiating skills needed to make complicated deals feasible. Topics include the housing development process, Historic Rehabilitation and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, negotiating, problem solving, deal structuring and more!

* HD410--Home Ownership Finance

* HD420--Rental Housing Development Finance

* HD422--Computer Spreadsheet Analysis for Housing

* HD430--Housing Development Finance: Problem Solving and Deal Structuring

Visit the NDC website for more information: https://ndconline.org/

Take the short survey, so we know who is interested. http://click.icptrack.com/icp/relay. ... rtification

Montana Board of Housing

301 South Park Ave STE 240 Helena, MT 59624

Phone: (406) 841-2844

Email: housing@mt.gov
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