Save the Date: September 1–2, 2020!

Don’t miss out in 2020—mark your calendars for Housing Works on September 1–2

at the Raleigh Convention Center and plan to join housing professionals from across

the state to discover and discuss the latest news and innovations in affordable housing!

With more than 1,000 attendees, 2019 was our biggest conference to date! We hope you enjoyed hearing from top housing experts like our opening session keynote speaker Laura Clark, president and CEO of United Way Central Carolinas and industry update speaker Emily Cadik, executive director of the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition.

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Meet Your Conference Hosts

The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency is a self-supporting public agency that finances affordable housing opportunities for North Carolinians whose needs are not met by the market. The Agency provides financing through the sale of tax-exempt bonds and management of federal tax credits, the federal HOME Program, the state Housing Trust Fund and other programs. Since the Agency’s creation in 1973 by the General Assembly, the Agency has financed more than 282,080 affordable homes and apartments, totaling $23.2 billion. Learn More

The North Carolina Housing Coalition is a private, nonprofit membership organization working for decent, affordable housing that promotes self-determination and stable communities for low- and moderate-income North Carolinians. Our mission is to lead a movement to ensure that every North Carolinian has a home in which to live with dignity and opportunity. Learn More

Centrant Community Capital is a mission-driven lender, leveraging the resources of the banking industry to finance the creation and preservation of quality affordable housing. Established in 1990, Centrant provides first-lien, permanent financing for apartment communities that are affordable to low- and moderate-income households. The funding behind these loans is provided by a network of nearly 100 member financial institutions on a voluntary participation basis, enabling banks of all sizes to support community reinvestment efforts in the markets they serve in a safe, profitable manner. To date, Centrant Community Capital has provided more than $400 million in financing for 23,000 units at over 400 properties across the Southeast. Learn More