June 25 Audio Seminar Examines AD&C Lending Challenges
Experts from the policy and lending arenas will discuss the challenges of and possible solutions to the acquisition, development and construction (AD&C) lending crisis during an upcoming NAHB audio seminar beginning at 2:00 p.m. on June 25.
Panelists in the seminar, “Examining the Challenges of the AD&C Lending Crisis,” will explore strategies to respond to the crisis and messaging that builders and remodelers can use to help communicate the AD&C lending problems they are experiencing to their federal, state and local government officials.
Seminar participants also will get an update on NAHB's efforts with regulators and lawmakers.
In addition, during the seminar:
- Speakers will illustrate ways to deal with increased regulations and strategies for bankers and lenders to maintain relationships with long-time customers.
- Speakers will explain effective ways for builders to communicate with banks and possibly get more funding.
- The program will provide vital information on how the AD&C lending crisis is changing the relationship between banks and builders.
Karl Eckhart, NAHB political director, will moderate the seminar and provide strategies and messaging for builders to effectively relate their experiences to local government officials so they can, in turn, apply pressure to local banks.
Speakers include Chellie Hamecs of NAHB’ Housing Finance Department; Scott Meyer, NAHB federal lobbyist; and Kirk Hartley of Bank of America Home Loans California.
Audience Questions Encouraged
Participants will be able to ask questions of the speakers after their presentations. However, questions must be submitted in advance of the seminar. E-mail questions for the speakers to email@example.com by Friday, June 19.
The registration fee is $79 per phone site and enables as many people as can fit in a room to participate. The fee also provides participants with free online access to the archived seminar after June 25.
To register, visit www.nahb.org/ADCLoanAudio.
For more information, e-mail Karl Eckhart at NAHB, or call him at 800-368-5242 x8126.