Event

Underwriting Efficiency Handbook Panel

May 17, 2017
8:30 AM  – 10:30 AM

16 W. 61st St., 11th floor auditorium
New York, NY

Join the Sallan Foundation for an expert panel discussion on the benefits of integrating energy and water efficiency into the multifamily mortgage lending process and its direct positive impact on lenders, owners, residents, and the community at large.

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Given the influence mortgage lenders can have on the economics and conditions of the urban building stock, the banking industry has a unique opportunity to advance the incorporation of energy saving measures at the time of refinance or acquisition.

If you are a mortgage lender for multifamily affordable housing, building owner, property or asset manager, policy maker, impacted stakeholder, or concerned citizen, put this event on your calendar now.

Speakers

  • Michael Bodakan, President, National Housing Trust
  • Jon Braman, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, Bright Power
  • Kim Darga, Associate Commissioner, NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development
  • Sadie McKeown, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, The Community Preservation Corporation
  • Michael T. Rooney, Sr., Principal, MDG Design + Construction

Moderator

  • Nancy Anderson, Executive Director, The Sallan Foundation

Location

  • 16 W. 61st St., 11th Floor Auditorium

The panel will also be the public launch of a new resource for the housing industry: Underwriting Efficiency: A Mortgage Lender's Handbook for realizing energy and water efficiency opportunities in multifamily housing.

Produced by the Community Preservation Corporation and developed with the support of Energy Efficiency for All, the handbook is an easy-to-use guide that provides lenders with information on the tangible benefits of efficiency measures, how to discuss the topic with owners, and how to incorporate the potential savings into the underwriting process.

Underwriting Efficiency is poised to accelerate efficiency upgrades and clean energy projects.