Free Webinar: Responding to Multifamily Foreclosure
ULI Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use
Responding to Multifamily Foreclosure: a real-time case study of suburban multifamily foreclosures – ULI Chicago
Representatives from ULI Chicago and local market partners – the Villages of Arlington Heights and Oak Park, will speak about a Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) convened to examine the complexities of suburban multifamily foreclosures in these two communities and develop recommendations to mitigate its impact. During this webinar, panelists will review the challenges associated with each foreclosure aspect, outline the municipal options in each circumstance, and discuss how the recommendations are currently being used in each community's program.
Christine Kolb, Director of Community Outreach, ULI Chicago
Scott Goldstein, Chair Public Policy Committee, ULI Chicago
Principal, Teska Associates, Inc.
Housing Planner, Village of Arlington Heights
Housing Programs Manager, The Village of Oak Park
This is a great opportunity for ULI public members to learn practical strategies and tools - drawn from real-time data and analysis –that can be taken and applied in their community.
When: Tuesday, June 14th
12:00 – 1:00 PM EST
Who should attend: local government public officials- elected or appointed officials, housing and community development agency directors and staff, and other public agency members – as well as private sector professionals who are interested in gaining a better understanding for how municipalities are managing current market challenges.
Where: Only online registrations are accepted to sign up for this webevent. Please register soon as space is limited. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
ULI Rose Center webinars are aimed to expand the delivery of information about real estate development and finance, land use concepts, and best practices to land use planners, local government officials, nonprofit leaders and other public ULI members to support creation of sustainable programs and effective policies for land use and development in their communities.
Posted June 10, 2011