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Webinar Replay - Accessibility Requirements for Multifamily Housing: Myths and Facts

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In our Accessibility Requirements for Multifamily Housing: Myths and Facts webinar, we’ll discuss what DOJ and NCSHA regulations apply to your portfolio, and what proactive steps you can take to prevent adverse legal action.

In recent years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) have made significant efforts to encourage owners, developers and management companies to be proactive vs. reactive when it comes to ensuring their multifamily properties meet all federal accessibility requirements and standards.


With the introduction of the DOJ’s Accessibility Initiative, and NCSHA’s 46 New Best Practices (nearly 10% of which deal directly with accessibility), it’s more important than ever to be aware of, understand, and comply with accessibility requirements.


In our Accessibility Requirements for Multifamily Housing: Myths and Facts webinar replay we’ll cover key points to help participants effectively comply with regulations including:

  • - Determining which accessibility regulations impact you and your projects based on your type of funding and date of occupancy.
  • - Investigating whether or not your architects correctly designed properties according to ADA requirements and, if not, how to correct issues that occurred during or after construction.
  • - Reviewing the latest DOJ Accessibility Enforcement Actions against LIHTC, RD, HUD, HOME and conventional properties.


Speaker: Mark English, President, E&A Team, Inc.


NAHB Continuing Education: 1.0 hours of continuing education credit for the HCCP designation and for the following 12 designations: CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGP, CGR, CMP, CSP, GMB, GMR, Master CGP, Master CSP, MIRM.


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