Registration is Now Open for the Real Estate Development Training
and the 6th Annual Community Development Workshop!
As part of the 6th Annual Community Development Workshop, LISC is again hosting its popular Real Estate Development Training on Friday, February 23rd from 8:00am to 3:00pm. All who complete the training will receive a certificate of completion.
Led by Mike Grube, Director of Development for Yarco Companies and Adjunct Professor at the University of Kansas Urban Planning Program, the real estate track schedule includes:
Registration: 8:00 am -8:30 pm
Workshop Session: 8:30am to 3:00pm
- Development analysis
- Planning, design and construction
- Finance and debt structuring
- Understanding Debt and Equity
- Primer on Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and Historic Tax Credit
- Table top exercise
The real estate development training is valued at $300. LISC is able to offer a discounted registration fee of $80 for those who register before January 31. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Due to limited space, please contact us if you intend on sending more than three people from your organization.
The 6th Annual Community Development Workshop is an opportunity to learn from leaders in community development, collaborate with other neighborhood changemakers, and be empowered to transform your community.
New this year, the workshop will offer attendees four breakout tracks to choose. The tracks—We Want Housing and Development, We Want a Healthier Environment, We Want a Safer Community, and We Want to Build a Local Economy—will offer a discussion of opportunities and challenges, as well as connections to local resources and available tools.
Registration is free but required. The Community Development Workshop is open to neighborhood, government, and nonprofit leaders, residents, grassroots activists, and other community stakeholders from both KS and MO. ** PLEASE NOTE: attendees must register for this event individually.
The workshop is organized by the Community Capital Fund, in partnership with Greater Kansas City LISC, Livable Neighborhoods, and the Center for Neighborhoods.