The Place to Be in April!
Come to the only Northeast venue that will teach you about Safety, Affordability, Fashionable New Trends and Extra Innings when it comes to operating MH Land-Leased Communities in 2019 and beyond!
Two Days Full of Informative and Timely Educational Sessions
for Community Owners & Retailers
Rooms have been reserved at The Landing Hotel for the evenings of April 16 – 18, 2019.
To secure discounted rate of $145+taxes use go directly to http://bit.ly/NYH1904 and use Group Code: NYH1904.
The cut off date for rooms is April 3, 2019.
The cut off date for registration is April 10, 2019.
- Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE)
- National Legislative & Regulatory Update
- HCR Manufactured Housing Programs
- Fair Housing Games
- Industry Forecast and Trends – Manufacturers Perspective
- Current Issues for Community Owners
- Many more timely & important topics!
Retired Sheriff’s Investigator Tony Brahm will present this new and exciting Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) seminar.
This may save your life! With the unfortunate possibility of an active shooter in our midst, there are measures you can take to increase your chances of surviving such an episode. It pays to know the responses that have proven to work in real-life situations. In the past, people were unaware of how to respond in a crisis situation, but that no longer needs to be the case.
DON’T BE A VICTIM – LEARN HOW TO SURVIVE!
Rick Robinson, Manufactured Housing Institute, General Counsel and Senior Vice-President for State & Local Affairs will update attendees on a variety of federal initiatives including Duty to Serve, Dodd-Frank Reform and other federal legislation that has a direct impact on all industry members regardless of which state your business is located in. Rick will present a second program entitled “FAIR HOUSING BASICS THAT COULD COST YOU” which is a must attend session for every community owner throughout the Northeast region.
Rick has spent over three decades in law, government and politics. It was during a stint on Capital Hill as Legislative Director/General Counsel to Rep. Jim Bunning (KY-04) where Robinson first became familiar with the manufactured housing industry. Robinson previously worked as a lawyer for Graydon, Head & Ritchey in Cincinnati, Ohio where he focused his practice mainly on banking and real estate. While at this firm, Robinson also developed a public affairs practice where he earned a reputation for successfully cultivating relationships on both sides of the political aisle.
MARK GLASER, ESQ
This program will highlight New York State’s regulatory requirements for manufactured home communities, particularly those requirements that have been receiving heightened scrutiny from New York State regulators. In addition, current legislative and regulatory initiatives affecting manufactured home communities will be discussed.
VP, NYS HCR
Dina Levy, Senior Vice President, Home Ownership and Community Development, NYS Division of Homes and Community Renewal; Dina will discuss the Manufactured Home Advantage Program and the Manufactured Home Community Preservation Program. These brand new funding sources are exciting!
The Manufactured Home Advantage Program offers two ways for community owners and residents to maintain affordable, modern and attractive communities across the state. With a Manufactured Home Community Loan, affordable financing is available for the acquisition and rehabilitation of manufactured home communities. Exciting news if you have an aging infrastructure that needs any rehabilitation! Funding is also available to purchase new parks and refinance existing debt on communities where owners want to increase affordability for residents.
The State of New York Mortgage Agency (SONYMA) is proud to announce that they now offer the same affordable, fixed-rate mortgages that they have been providing to low and moderate income home buyers since 1970 to existing and prospective community residents. This program could help you fill any vacancies you have in your community, so make sure you sit in on this presentation!
JAIME CAIN, ESQ
The first of its kind, the games will offer fair housing training in a fun, unique and competitive way. While playing off of some of TV’s most popular game shows like The Price is Right, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy, we will test the participants on their fair housing knowledge.
At the end of the games, you’ll walk away with new fair housing knowledge! As a partner in the Commercial Lending & Real Estate group, Jaime Michelle Cain concentrates her practice on lending as well as leasing and evictions for commercial and residential properties. Ms. Cain represents property management and development companies to protect their interests.
John Copeletti and John Jacon of Titan Homes will discuss manufacturing trends and innovations for manufactured housing from the manufacturers point of view. Discussion topics will include shipments, distribution of single section and multi-section homes, technological trends in the manufacturing process and what new technologies consumers want in their homes.
There will be a three hour continuing education course on Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 1:00-4:00 pm. There is no extra charge for Symposium attendees to attend this course, but pre-registration is required. Be sure to fill out the registration form.
Rivers Casino & Resort is one of the anchors of the Mohawk Harbor development on the beautiful Mohawk River in Schenectady, NY. Mohawk Harbor is a 60 acre planned community with luxury living, high-tech offices, restaurants, retail shops and a marina along one mile of waterfront. This beautiful boutique casino has 1,150 of the newest, hottest slots and over 67 table games ranging from Blackjack to Craps.
The Resort’s unique and robust dining options are suited to fit any particular palate. You can be adventurous and casual in our marketplace or enjoy a special night at Duke’s Chophouse. The Landing Hotel offers a luxurious experience with panoramic views of the new Mohawk Harbor. The Landing Hotel connects directly with the Rivers Casino by a grand entryway so guests are only steps away from a night of video gaming, world class poker, live entertainment and a variety of dining options.