The caucus is working in conjunction cities, villages and organizations to educate owners and managers of the issues and available resources.
The workshop will be held at the Oakton Community College Campus, Rooms 1608 and 1610, 1600 E. Golf Road, Des Plaines, 9-11 a.m. on Feb. 22. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. While the workshop is free, attendees are requested to RSVP here.
The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus, Community Investment Corporation (CIC) and Chicagoland Apartment Association (CAA) will share information on a variety of topics that concern owners of multifamily units. These include energy efficiency, improvements and property management issues.
The workshop will share opportunities for property owners and landlords to collaborate with their peers while pursuing solutions to rental housing. It will also include information regarding Fair Housing issues, licensing requirements, annual inspections and rehab loans for rental properties.
Panelists include Andrea Brady, Chicagoland Apartment Association; Jonathan Burch, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning; Jack Crane, Community Investment Corporation; Neda Nozari, Open Communities; Stacie Young, The Preservation Compact; and Allison Clements, Metropolitan Mayors Caucus.