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IHBG Conveyance

AAHA is hosting a one (1) day IHBG Conveyance training to assist Housing Authorities in completing the proper steps to convey units as they are paid off. The course will help staff understand their roles and responsibilities in transferring the unit.

IHBG Conveyance
IHBG Conveyance

Time & Location

Dec 05, 2024, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM AKST

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About the event

Overview 

AAHA is hosting a one (1) day IHBG Conveyance training to assist Housing Authorities in completing the proper steps to convey units as they are paid off. The course will help staff understand their roles and responsibilities in transferring the unit. The training will focus on real estate issues that are encountered with lease to own units being conveyed, including information relevant to Alaska. Participants will be provided instruction templates which will include lease assignments and best methods for recordings with DNR. Listed below are just a few of the topics that will covered; Mutual Help (Mael); the Legal implications of the Mutual Help Supreme Court Decision; Corrective Deeds; Conveying mortgaged housing; homes that have covenants or restriction; mobile homes (tiny homes that are movable); Site Control; Title Insurance; Useful Life; and other critical component necessary to conveyance homes in compliance with NAHASDA.

Trainer 

Ed Goodman was named the first “Lawyer of the Year” by the National American Indian Housing Council and has been involved with Indian issues for more than 35 years. His work includes matters under the Native American Housing and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA), landlord-tenant issues, and personnel and administrative situations. He represents tribal housing departments and Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs), and participated in negotiated rule-making for the NAHASDA. Craig Jacobson has over 26 years of experience in the areas of environmental and natural resources law and real estate law. He has a wide range of knowledge of BIA self-governance, cultural resources issues, real estate transactions, and housing issues.

Who should attend? 

Executive Directors, Housing Directors, Managers, Board Members, and any general counsel representing Tribes/Tribally Designated Housing Entities.

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