Call for Workshop Proposals will open on
Monday, April 30
Check back for more information coming soon!
What to expect
View the 2017 conference video for a sneak peak. Thank you to TekWorks for putting it together.
Show your support for excellence in San Diego Affordable Housing and consider a sponsorship in 2018. Full sponsorship packets and other opportunities are available. This packet details the various SDHF membership and sponsorship opportunities available along with corresponding benefits, allowing you to choose the options.
We have secured a discounted rate for our attendees at the Marriott Marquis downtown. Reservation information will me made available soon.
Self-parking at the convention center (up to 10 hours) at their prevailing rate. Currently at $15 per car.
- Valet parking on Marriott property at $19 per car, upon availability.
- Overnight parking rates are $32 for self-parking and $47 for Valet per car.
Fundamentals of Affordable Housing Institute
The Fundamentals of Affordable Housing Institute consists of an Introductory and an Intermediate Track. Participants may attend one or both tracks. The morning Introductory Track, “Why We Need Affordable Housing: How We Fund It, Build It, and Operate It,” provides attendees with knowledge of the fundamentals of affordable housing development and finance. It also serves as an ideal primer for those planning to attend the next day’s Conference. The afternoon Intermediate Track focuses on the basics of transaction structuring – the use of federal, state, and local financing tools, and financing gap analysis. It is designed for individuals with some knowledge of the affordable housing industry looking to advance their expertise.
Resident Services Support Network (RSSN) Institute
Resident services provided in conjunction with affordable housing are a vital tool to help low-income individuals and families overcomebarriers to success and achieve self-sufficiency. Resident servicesprofessionals play an indispensable role in changing the lives of theresidents they work with every day. Resident services professionalsfrom across the county attend this full day educational opportunity inorder to grow the knowledge and skills necessary to provide a moremeaningful impact in this important field.
Designed and implemented by the Resident Services Network (RSSN) in conjunction with the San Diego Housing Federation, the Resident Services Institute is an annual gathering of Resident Services professionals and providers. This day-long intensive learning event offers essential training, support, and networking opportunities around key and relevant topics related to providing programming in affordable housing communities. The conference is the culmination of a 2017 RSSN Training Series of monthly workshops providing certification for those who attend five of the eight workshops and the Institute.