Changing our Thinking about Manufactured Housing in Our
An Industry Opportunity
Friday, November 9, 2018
7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
ASU Sky Song
1365 N Scottsdale Rd
General Admission Cost: $40.00
Register to Attend
Approved for 3 Hours
Fair Housing Credit through ADRE!
The Arizona Department of Housing is pleased to announce that it has partnered with ASU W.P. Carey School of Business and the Arizona Department of Real Estate to present a symposium this Fall to advance the idea of communities more fully integrating homeownership opportunities through manufactured housing. With the average cost of new site built construction increasing at a rapid pace, the incorporation of manufactured housing through in-fill and subdivision settings could potentially open up new opportunities for homeownership throughout Arizona.
Joining hosts Carol Ditmore, Arizona Department of Housing, Mark Stapp, ASU W.P. Carey School of Business, and Judy Lowe, Arizona Department of Real Estate, will be:
Catherine Reagor, Senior Real Estate Reporter, Arizona Republic
Kevin Clayton, CEO, Clayton Homes
Alan Stephenson, Planning & Development Director, City of Phoenix
Manjula Voz, Member, Gammage & Burnham
Debra Blake, Assistant Deputy Director/Manufactured Housing, Arizona Department of Housing
Patrick McNamara, Senior Program Officer, LISC Phoenix
Brian Peddicord, Mortgage Advisor, Finance of America Mortgage
Andy Gordon, Arizona Market President, Arizona Multibank, a Division of Clearinghouse CDFI
Topics to be covered include, the need for affordable homeownership options, how the manufactured housing industry is meeting customer needs for more integrated housing opportunities, how such development meets local planning and zoning requirements, what licenses are required in the State to engage in selling manufactured housing coupled with real estate, and financing options for development and mortgages.
Professionals in manufactured housing, housing development, real estate, planning and zoning, single-family lending, and affordable housing advocates will all find something of interest in this morning-long conversation.
We hope you will join us and help get the word out about this exciting opportunity. Seating is limited, please register early.