Many rural areas are not adequately served by local contractors. Gaps in capacity, trade expertise, and quality performance often exist. Such gaps necessitate bringing in outside contractors. To fill the gaps and get jobs done affordably it may be necessary for the local program to act as general contractor
This webinar will go over how to navigate finding, evaluating, and retaining the best contractor for your organization's development projects.
The objective of the webinar will be to provide non-profit housing and energy conservation providers with enhanced skills in the delivery of services to improve housing for assisted clients. The webinar will target intermediate to advanced skill level housing development staff of CHDO’s and CDC’s, including community action agencies.
Meet and network with other OCDCA members and join us for a discussion on community engagement!
Advanced Real Estate Development will provide an intensive look at how developers, investors and lenders look at real estate investment including development of the financial performance, calculating the debt capacity for a project, and overall financial feasibility.
Cost is $15 for OCDCA members and $30 for non-members. Lunch will be provided.
Meet and network with other OCDCA members and join us for a discussion on community economic development!
Loveland Technologies is very happy to share the public release of 3csmapping.com, featuring their next generation of city mapping and property dashboards. This webinar will contain an overview of this project, its features, and how organizations and individuals in the 3Cs can use it.
This year, Ohio CDC Association is partnering with Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) to bring the National Development Council (NDC) Economic Development Finance Training to Ohio. OCDCA will be giving out subsidized scholarships for 12 participants. With this scholarships, the participants will only pay $350 dollars for the entire class. Scholarship recipients must be current OCDCA members.
Join OCDCA for this free training as we discuss the nutz & boltz of starting an Individual Development Account (IDA) Program through OCDCA's Assets Ohio Project. IDAs are matched savings accounts for low-to-moderate income individuals to save for a first time home purchase, post-secondary education, or small business.
Meet and network with other OCDCA members and join us for a discussion on financial empowerment!
Come to find out what is new and more efficient when working with Individual Development Accounts. You will also be afforded methods to troubleshoot common challenges that you may be facing. This technical assistance and training event will be provided by AFI via support from CFED consultants and content area experts.