Monday, September 27, 2010

Training Opportunities in Affordable Housing

Need CEU's?  Interested in Affordable Housing Issues?

As part of our goal of promoting and advancing successful home ownership in Minnesota, we periodically highlight training and continuing education opportunities for real estate and housing professionals. Today, we’d like to highlight three upcoming workshops/seminars:

1. 2010 Affordable Homes Congress
Attend the 2010 Affordable Homes Congress to get the answers and information you need to succeed in affordable housing today.
     When: October 14-15, 2010
     Where: Radisson Hotel and Conference Center Minneapolis
                 3131 Campus Drive, Plymouth, MN 55441
     More Info: Online information here
                           ** CEUs have been applied for**

 2. Homes for All 2010
Homes for All 2010 seeks to build a community platform to affirm the belief that all Minnesotans deserve a safe, affordable place to call home; connect resources and stakeholders; and create sustainable communities.
     When: November 8, 2010
     Where: St. Paul RiverCentre
     More Info:

3. Fourth Annual Emerging Markets Homeownership Initiative Summit
The EMHI Summit event is designed primarily for Realtors, lenders, non-profits, government, and others working in the homeownership arena. Hear a comprehensive analysis of the current status of emerging marketing homeownership in Minnesota; learn from panelists and speakers about opportunities and successes in serving emerging markets.
     When: December 8, 2010
     Where: U of MN Continuing Education and Conference Center
     More Info:
           ** CEUs have been applied for**

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