Loan Docs: Everything You Want to Know from the Comfort of Your Home

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August 24 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

$10
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Please join ELPN and Goldfarb & Lipman LLP on August 24 for a virtual brown bag to help you review and negotiate loan documents, such as loan agreements, regulatory agreements, promissory notes, deeds of trust, and assignment agreements from multiple lenders. Learn how to communicate your organization’s goals to your lenders, attorneys and deal participants!

Speakers:
  • Jeff Streiffer, Attorney, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP
  • Aileen Nguyen, Attorney, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP
Moderator:
  • Erin Lapeyrolerie, Attorney, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP
Learn more about the speakers and moderator below.

When: Wednesday, August 24 | 12pm – 2pm PT

Where: Zoom

REGISTRATION AND REFUND INFORMATION
Registration Deadline: Monday, August 22 at 5pm PT
If cost is an issue, please email NPH Program and Events Associate Andrew@nonprofithousing.org. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
This event will be hosted virtually. Please note that we will not record this session. Do you need an ASL Interpreter or Closed Captioning? Please reach out to Andrew@nonprofithousing.org at least two weeks before the training, if you need further assistance.
Cancellation/Refund Deadline: Sunday, August 21 at 5pm PT
Registrants canceling their registration on or before Sunday, August 21 at 5pm PT will receive a full refund. NPH may consider refunds for extenuating circumstances. Refund requests submitted after the deadline are not guaranteed and will be reviewed on an individual basis. To submit a refund request, please email andrew@nonprofithousing.org.

Speakers

Jeff Streiffer, Attorney, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Mr. Streiffer’s practice emphasizes commercial and real estate transactions, secured lending, cooperative law, affordable housing, and community economic development.  He has represented nonprofit and for-profit developers and public agencies in low-income housing tax credit transactions in several states.  Mr. Streiffer also advises clients on issues related to financial assistance programs administered by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), including Rural Development’s Community Facilities program, housing programs under Sections 514, 515, 516, 521, and 538 of the Housing Act, programs for businesses and cooperatives, Water & Wastewater programs, and other funding mechanisms authorized under the various reauthorizations of the Farm Bill and related legislation.

Mr. Streiffer has worked on numerous transactions involving state and local governments, public and quasi- public agencies, nonprofits, cooperatives, homeowners associations, Native American tribes, tribal entities, and a variety of agencies of the federal government.  In addition to closing deals, Mr. Streiffer has significant experience in servicing and workout situations, having practiced in the areas of alternative dispute resolution, administrative appeals, bankruptcy, and debtor-creditor relations.

In the cooperative realm, Mr. Streiffer has over 30 years of experience working with cooperatives and credit unions and has provided training and education for staff, board members, and their attorney counsel on strategic planning, governance, operations, compliance, supervisory, and audit issues.

Aileen Nguyen, Attorney, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Ms. Nguyen represents and advises nonprofit organizations and public agencies in the development, rehabilitation, and financing of affordable housing and mixed-use projects.

She represents developers and public agency lenders in low-income housing tax credit projects and represents housing authorities and their affiliates in transactions that utilize tax-exempt bonds, state and local funds, low-income housing tax credits, and funding from HUD programs, including Section 8 and the Rental Assistance Demonstration program. She has experience drafting and negotiating loan documents in secured transactions; drafting and negotiating leases and other real estate documents in transactions involving the acquisition and disposition of property; drafting formation and governance documents for corporations, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships; and advising clients in obtaining federal tax exemption, state tax exemption, and property tax exemption.

Moderator

Erin Lapeyrolerie, Attorney, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Ms. Lapeyrolerie’s practice emphasizes affordable housing, land use, fair housing, cooperative corporations, and real estate transactions.  She represents numerous public agencies and nonprofit housing developers on subjects such as affordable housing requirements, real property transfers, land use entitlements, and compliance with federal and state fair housing laws.  She further assists public agencies in complying with planning and land use laws, including new state housing laws, especially SB 35, and has drafted a variety of implementing ordinances, including accessory dwelling unit and density bonus ordinances.  Ms. Lapeyrolerie also advises housing cooperative corporations on compliance with the Davis-Stirling Act, the Corporations Code, and other laws and regulations impacting cooperatives.

Details

Date:
August 24
Time:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$10
Event Category:

Venue

Zoom

Organizer

Emerging Leaders Peer Network (ELPN)
Phone:
415-989-8160 x14
Website:
https://nonprofithousing.org/policy-advocacy/emerging-leaders-peer-network/