Join the affordable housing industry’s top thought leaders at the New Orleans Marriott, April 25-27, for the fourth annual AHF Live: Housing Developers Forum.

With sweeping tax changes going into effect at the start of the year, industry experts will dissect the ramifications of tax reform and provide a market update to help developers with their deals. Our Capitol Hill insiders will also provide a big-picture overview of what’s happening in Washington, D.C., including the latest with the Cantwell-Hatch legislation and how affordable housing fits into the administration’s infrastructure plan.

This forward-looking event will focus on creating bigger opportunity out of bigger challenges by digging into new and pressing issues, including how to provide housing for the missing middle and why the lessons learned from recent disaster recovery efforts are important for all. The nation’s top developers and owners also will share what’s keeping them up at night as well as the opportunities they are seeing in today’s market.

In addition, the Friday morning sessions will focus on some of the industry’s emerging trends. You will hear from developers who are using alternative building methods to find savings and create efficiencies and learn about new ways that affordable housing providers and health systems are partnering to deliver key resources to residents.

“Our primary focus at AHF Live has been on providing owners and developers actionable takeaways in order to keep moving forward even as resources become more limited in our industry. Strategic planning, innovation, and adopting best practices are activities that should always remain a priority in any environment, and we strive to make these extremely accessible at both of our annual events,” says Rob Britt, vice president of multifamily housing at Hanley Wood, the publisher of Affordable Housing Finance. “New Orleans has been a great venue for us; we saw our attendance increase by 38% last year. You will not want to miss the networking, content, and engagement this event has to offer for everyone active in affordable housing.”

Attendance is reserved for people who are primarily owners and developers of affordable housing plus representatives of housing finance agencies and nonprofit organizations focused on the business of affordable housing.

The $449 early-bird rate is available through March 2. For more information or to register, visit