June 29: ADU Conference for Public Officials
Housing Trust’s Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) program manager Vianey Nava is holding a conference for public officials (city council members, planning commissioners, planning and housing and other key staff relating to ADUs) of cities located in Santa Clara County. Topics at the conference – which is from 8:00am – 1:00pm – will including zoning ordinance best practices, tools for homeowners, and financial assistance. Breakfast will be provided. For more information and to register click here.
June 28: Small House, Big Impact: ADU Workshop
Kol Peterson – Portland-based ADU expert and author of Backdoor Revolution – will be leading a workshop held at the Santa Clara County Association of REALTORS® on June 28th from 1:00pm – 6:00pm. For more details and to register click here.
May 29: Teachers’ Village & More Forum
Our #ADU program manager Vianey Nava is a confirmed speaker at the “Teachers Village and More” forum to talk multiple housing solutions. This forum is being held by Winchester NAC at Del Mar High School/1224 Del Mar Ave. on Tuesday, May 29th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Other speakers include State Senator Bob Wieckowski, Ron Belt from RBH Group, Michael Brilliot from City of San Jose – City Gov’t, Fred Buzo from AARP California and more. Click here to register.
May 23: Small House, Big Impact’s Accessory Dwelling Unit Pilot Program
Housing Trust will present Small House, Big Impact’s Accessory Dwelling Unit Pilot Program at the District 5 United Meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd 2018 from 6:30 – 8:00pm at the Dr. Roberto Cruz Alum Rock Library (3090 Alum Rock Ave., San Jose) for more information please click here.
* May 11 – 18: Affordable Housing Week
Housing Trust staff will be leading three panels and information sessions during Affordable Housing Week in Santa Clara County. Space is limited for each so please register early!
Small Homes, Big Impact
Friday, May 11th 9:00am – 11:00am @ SCCOAR * 1651 N. 1st St. San Jose
Moderator: Teresa Alvarado, Director, SPUR
Panelists: Bob Wieckowski, California State Senator
Pilar Lorenzana, Deputy Director, SV@Home
Vianey Nava, ADU Program Manager, Housing Trust Silicon Valley
Did you know homeowners hold the keys to one of the most innovative tools to help alleviate the housing crisis? Thanks to changes in state law, cities are rapidly moving to adopt local ordinances to make it easier for owners of single family lots to build an accessory dwelling unit (ADU). By developing ADUs, homeowners in the greater Bay Area have the potential to introduce thousands of new units into the market that can help bring sustainable living options for our neighbors, alleviate traffic caused by long commutes, and create potential rental income.
Homebuyer Assistance Fair
Saturday, May 12th 10:00am – 2:00pm @ Sobrato Center * 600 Valley Way, Milpitas
Doors open at 9:30am – Presentations from 10:00am – 2:00pm. Meet and talk with Housing Trust & Project Sentinel staff, credit counselors, realtors and lenders for pre-qualification and questions 1:00pm – 2:00pm.
First Time Homebuyers will have an opportunity to speak to Housing Trust staff and preferred loan officers about down payment assistance and closing cost programs! You can also:
* Learn about available down payment assistance programs including the Homebuyer Empowerment Loan Program (HELP).
* Receive helpful tips about the pre-approval and application process.
* Meet with preferred loan officers about qualifying for a first mortgage loan.
* Hear about sources of closing cost assistance grants and programs.
* Find out about affordable housing options available in Santa Clara County.
* Understand the steps of home buying when working with a realtor.
Affordable Housing Finance 101
Wednesday, May 16th 12:00pm – 1:00pm @ LinkedIn * 1000 W. Maude Ave. Sunnyvale (lunch included)
Presenter: Jim Mather, Chief Lending Officer, Housing Trust Silicon Valley
The lack of affordable housing is the top issue facing our region. There is more private funding, more policy and more political will behind housing than ever before – but how does this translate to actual homes? How does affordable financing work? What is the difference between Measure A, TECH Fund, and the Catalyst Fund? At this event, you’ll learn about the basics of affordable housing finance – how homes go from pre-acquisition to move-in day. This is your opportunity to get an inside look at how Housing Trust Silicon Valley, public entities, private lenders and equity investors are working to create more affordable housing in our communities with a particular emphasis on multifamily rental development. Join Jim Mather, Chief Lending Officer of Housing Trust Silicon Valley and 30 year veteran of the affordable housing and finance landscape for lunch and an informative session!
* March 23, 2018: Investor Briefing
Investor Briefing is Housing Trust Silicon Valley’s annual luncheon event which brings together about 500 attendees from across the housing and real estate industry, local and state government officials and the business community to reflect on recent accomplishments and challenges in the affordable housing landscape. It is also a place to make new plans for impact and network with old and new friends.
If you have any questions about sponsorships or registration for our 2019 Investor Briefing, contact Julie Quinn at email@example.com today!