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The 2017 Advanced HDTI cohort.
LISC is pleased to announce applications are now available to attend LISC’s Advanced Housing Development Training Institute (HDTI). The California LISC offices will be offering this 4-day training focused on utilizing tax credits and tax exempt bonds to finance the preservation and creation of affordable housing. Advanced HDTI will take place October 7-10, 2019 in the Bay Area. Applications are due August 2, 2019 at 5pm. Please download the Program Description for further details and links to the application.
LISC’s 2019 Advanced HDTI is made possible by the generous support of MUFG Union Bank.
Bay Area LISC’s mission is to equip low-income communities with the capital, strategies, and know-how to become places that thrive. For 30 years, LISC’s Housing Development Training Institute (HDTI) has played a crucial role in fulfilling this mission, by helping affordable housing developers develop the many skills they need to meet the rising demand for safe, affordable housing.
Bay Area LISC launched HDTI in response to an unmet need for a comprehensive program to develop the real estate development skills of community based organizations. The skills required to develop affordable housing and economic development projects are complex and multifaceted, and the pool of professionals with extensive development experience in this field is limited. HDTI represents a significant investment in the development of human capital by increasing the skills of new and new-to-development staff members.
Since the program launched, LISC HDTI graduates have completed more than 35,000 affordable homes in California.
The 2018-2019 HDTI Fundamentals Class was the largest ever, with 58 graduates statewide (24 from the Bay Area). Graduates from the 2018-2019 HDTI training will apply their new skills to collectively create, rehabilitate and preserve over 4,200 affordable homes throughout California.
As California's homelessness & affordable housing crisis deepens, LISC's Housing Development Training Institute (the only program of its kind) readies project managers to help close the housing gap across California.