HUD Green MIP: A Web of Opportunity

The changes to the long-awaited HUD MAP Guide changes are now official. Are you confused by the new Chapter 6- Energy and Water Conservation? This webinar is a deep dive into the 2020 Green MIP guidelines located in this chapter. Program experts Kelsey Johnson and Molly Coon cover key terms, highlight the changes, and discuss requirements for various loan types.

To watch the webinar recording, click HERE.

Speaker Information:

Kelsey Johnson

Kelsey Johnson is a Director at Partner Energy with over seven years of industry experience. In her role as a client manager, Kelsey focuses on the multifamily sector. She assists developers, lenders, property managers, architects and contractors comply with sustainability requirements for a variety of financing programs including competitive low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC), agency green lending through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and numerous utility rebate programs.

For more about Kelsey, visit her page here.

Molly Coon

Molly Coon is a Program Manager at Partner Energy supporting energy efficiency and sustainability projects with a focus on multifamily properties. She has managed a high volume of agency green lending reports through Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) using both internal and subcontract labor. Molly also manages projects for clients pursuing low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) funds and utility rebate and incentive programs in multiple states. 

For more about Molly, visit her page here.

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