Regulating and Administering Affordable Housing in New Jersey
Created on August 14, 2018
Today, more than ever, affordable housing has become one of society's most important and compelling issues. Although much of the focus is on the creation of an affordable housing stock and the means by which to fund and plan for it, a related and equally important aspect that should not be overlooked is how to preserve and administer existing affordable housing stock.
In this program, we will examine how affordable housing in New Jersey is regulated and administered once it has been created. We will look at not only constitutional law, statutory law, and administrative regulations, but also case law. Presented by Kenneth W. Biedzynski, Esq., this course will discuss the critical components of preserving and administering an existing affordable housing stock. In addition to discussing the above concepts, transactional forms will be presented and examined.
- Review the laws applicable to regulating and administering an existing affordable housing stock in New Jersey
- Identify checklists for regulating and administering existing affordable housing
- Discuss common concerns and issues that arise related to the administration of affordable housing
- Develop best practices for regulating and administering an existing affordable housing stock
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