Navigating The New HUD LEAN Program
Special Rebroadcast August 17-31, 2009
Don't miss it again—“Navigating the New HUD LEAN Program” audio conference. Because of record conference attendance, this information-packed audio conference will be broadcast continuously during the last two weeks of August: August 17-31.
Learn how the HUD LEAN program has been implemented to make the process simpler and faster for not-for-profit and for-profit providers alike. Learn how committed HUD is to the seniors housing and care industry and to its new LEAN program. Plus, you will be able to access this information-packed 110-minute audio conference at any time.
This educational offering has been approved for 2 clock hours by the of Boards of Examiners of Administrators (NAB).
By the end of this fast-paced, insightful on-demand broadcast from The SeniorCare Investor, you will:
|●||Find out what works and what doesn’t when using HUD|
|●||Discover how to avoid any stumbling blocks in accessing the HUD LEAN program|
|●||Who is the best candidate for a HUD LEAN loan?|
|●||Learn some of the changes in legal requirements|
|●||Discover why it has taken longer than expected to roll out, and what HUD is doing about it|
“We had a great discussion following the audio conference and intend to put into action several of your suggestions.”
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“Great call today! … When is the next one?”
For one special low price, educate your team without leaving your desk and during a time that works for you. Your registration includes:
*A site license to listen to this 110-minute information-packed audio conference at any time during the last two weeks in August. You decide the time and invite as many people as you can fit around your speakerphone.
*Downloadable conference materials prepared just for this event.
*The opportunity to earn continuing education credits (CEUs). Approval pending for National Association of Boards (NAB) Continuing Educational Credits.
Stephen M. Monroe is a respected and often quoted industry leader. He is the managing editor and partner at Irving Levin Associates, Inc., a research and publishing firm founded in 1948. The firm specializes in the seniors housing and health care investment markets and delivers timely market intelligence to subscribers through financial newsletters, acquisition reports and databases. Mr. Monroe is the editor of The SeniorCare Investor, the leading industry newsletter, and The Senior Care Acquisition Report, an often quoted annual study of acquisition trends in the senior care market, and executive editor of Senior Living Business. These publications have won numerous industry awards.
Brian Pollard is a co-founder of the Lancaster Pollard companies, as well as senior managing director of Lancaster Pollard & Co., and the president and CEO of Lancaster Pollard Mortgage Company. Lancaster Pollard & Co. is a securities broker/dealer and investment banking firm providing bond underwriting and financial advisory services to the health care sector. Lancaster Pollard Mortgage Company is among the nation’s leading lenders in the HUD/FHA multifamily and USDA Section 538 programs. Mr. Pollard is a regular speaker at national conferences on investment and mortgage banking topics for the health care, senior living and affordable housing sectors. During his 20 years in the business, Mr. Pollard has structured more than 150 transactions totaling over $2 billion in principal amount, and devised a propriety program to allow senior living owners to extract equity from their properties at higher valuations and lower rates than those provided by traditional banks.
Michael Cuba, is the vice president of finance of McWil Group, Ltd./ Wilmac Corporation and its subsidiaries. Mr. Cuba has over 20 years experience in corporate finance, with most of it coming via 18 years in the senior care industry with Wilmac. Recently, he was involved as the owner’s representative in three projects taken through the HUD LEAN process. While with Wilmac, Mr. Cuba has been involved in debt restructure work and multi-million dollar development projects, as well as acquisitions and divestitures, operational and budget issues. Currently, he serves on the company’s board of directors, its 401k committee and A/R committee, and is the chairman of the Credit Committee for the Wilmac Employee’s Credit Union.