OCAH Affordable Housing Conference Presentations

Please feel free to view and make a copy of the Session Presentation(s) you will be attending at the conference.


National Housing Trust Fund 8-21-2018

National Housing Trust Fund – Greg Shinn 8-21-2018

National Housing Trust Fund – Sharon Wise 8-21-2018

Reverse Mortgages Tricia Auberle 8-21-2018

Funding Through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – OKC Branch 8-21-2018

Funding Through the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka 8-21-2018

Native American Housing Resources – Nancy Bainbridge 8-21-2018

Native American Housing Resources – Michelle Tinnin

New Markets Tax Credit Basics – Monica Clark Petersen 8-21-2018

Income Averaging 8-21-2018

Oklahoma Homebuyer Resources – LeeAnn Smith 8-21-2018

Oklahoma Homebuyer Resources – Tom Thull 8-21-2018

Tax Credit 101 8-21-2018

Duty To Serve Fannie Mae 8-21-2018

Duty To Serve Freddie Mac 8-21-2018



Workforce Development – Jenna Morey 8-22-2018

Year 15 Exit Strategies – Bob Davidson 8-22-2018

Year 15 Exit Strategies – Tidwell 8-22-2018

Opportunity Zones 8-22-2018

Casualty Losses – Mike Celkis 8-22-2018

OHFA Rehab Standards 8-22-2018

Advocacy in Action – Tori Bourret 8-22-2018

Advocacy in Action – Bailey Perkins – 8-22-2018

Avoiding the Pitfalls of Historic Developments 8-22-2018



Oklahoma Coalition for Affordable Housing
Plan.Build.House Conference
August 21-22, 2018

Download the Conference Agenda Here.

Featuring Keynote Speaker:  Matthew Desmond
Opening Plenary Session on Wednesday, August 22

Register now for the 2018 OCAH Affordable Housing Conference, “Plan.Build.House.”  The conference will be on August 21-22, 2018, at the Embassy Suites Downtown Medical Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Tracks will include ADA & Accessibility Training that will fulfill points requirements for the 2019 QAP.   Tracks will include: Advanced LIHTC, Development, Homeownership, Financing, Property Management. Registration is open now and Sponsorships are still available.

OHFA Notice of Fair Housing Training Requirement for 2019 QAP

CE Credit Information: 

  • The Homeownership Track on Tuesday has been approved for 5 hours of OHEA Homebuyer Education Professional Continuing Education Credits, if the entire track is attended. Otherwise each session will receive one hour of CE except Duty To Serve which is 1.5 hours.

  • Oklahoma County Assessors may receive continuing education credits through Oklahoma State University.  Certificates of Attendance will be provided for submittal.

  • Social workers may earn up to 7 hours of CEUs for each day of attendance.

  • Planners may earn AICP continuing education.  For more information on which sessions qualify, please click here.

  • Real estate licensees: Day 1 Conference Attendees may earn 6 hours of HOT Topic Course #179654.  Day 2 Conference Attendees may earn 7 hours of HOT Topic Course #179655.

  • Self-reporting CPE forms provided by the Oklahoma Accountancy Board will be available for CPAs each day of the conference.

Registration Information:  Register for the 2018 Housing Conference Register HERE

Sponsorship Information:  Sponsorship Opportunities are still available.  Review all of your options:  2018 OCAH Plan Build House Conference Sponsorship Prospectus

Scholarship Information:  A limited number of scholarships are available for non-profit and student OCAH Members.  CLICK HERE for the Scholarship Application and additional details.

Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor, Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency (OHFA), and all of our sponsors for supporting the conference:


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