Free Sept. 24 Webinar Explores Alternatives to Impact Fees
With 49 states and the District of Columbia now using special district financing programs, such as tax increment finance (TIF), to finance infrastructure, NAHB’s Land Development Committee is hosting a free webinar on Sept. 24 beginning at 2:00 p.m. EDT to discuss the various tools and alternatives to impact fees available to jurisdictions.
“Understanding Infrastructure Finance Tools That Are Successful Alternatives to Impact Fees” will feature national experts who will dissect the use of special district financing tools and explore the variations and potential of these tools on local projects.
Panelists include Toby Rittner, of the Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA), a national association dedicated to the advancement of development finance concerns and interests; and Ken Powell, of Stone & Youngberg, LLC, a nationally recognized financial services firm.
Michael Noonan, of Rottlund Homes and chairman of the Land Development Committee, will serve as the moderator.
To register for this free webinar, click here.
The webinar is the fourth in a series on development issues that is being provided by the NAHB Land Development Committee. Two additional webinars are planned.
Previous Webinars Available Online
Previous webinars are available for review and free online. “Top Trends in Impact Fees,” "How to Get Through the Stormwater Regulatory Maze: Understanding the Alphabet Soup of BMPs, LID, TMDLs and SWPPP Processes" and "Repositioning Development Agreements and Project Financing to Address New Market Realities” are available at www.nahb.org/ldelearning.
The remaining webinars — “Myths and Facts About Climate Change and Green Building” and “Workforce Housing that Works: Non-Federal Solutions to Housing Affordability” — will be scheduled soon and available at www.nahb.org/ldelearning.
For more information, e-mail Jennifer Jones at NAHB, or call her at 800-368-5242 x8469.