Monday, September 8, 2014

Last chance to Register for CCLF's Annual Building forSustainability 9/11-9/12

CCLF's Building for Sustainability Workshop
September 11-12, 2014

*Scholarships are still available for nonprofits and students. Email if interested.*

Join the Chicago Community Loan Fund and our partners at the Chicago Center for Green Technology for a two-day overview of affordable, good and green design.
This green building and design primer will help affordable housing and community development practitioners better understand what green building is and why it is important. Sessions will include:
  • Integrated design process: How it facilitates green building and why every development team should employ it
  • Hands-on energy modeling exercise: How different building types and locations require different solutions
  • Local case studies: How others have navigated the process, including financing
  • IECC 2012: The new code is here - are you prepared? Hear about the biggest changes and how it compares to other third party verifications.
  • The latest on solar: PV vs. Solar Thermal, ROI, Carbon Credits
  • Where to find sustainable financing sources and incentives
  • Site visits: Multi-family new construction and a single-family gut rehab, including a blower door test demonstration
Building for Sustainability Workshop
WHEN: Thursday, September 11 - Friday, September 12, 2014
8:45 am - 5:00 pm each day
Breakfast and lunch will be included
WHERE: Chicago Center for Green Technology
445 North Sacramento Boulevard
Chicago, IL 60612
With special thanks to our sponsors:
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JPMorgan Chase

CIC Foundations of Property Management Training
September 16, 9:00 am-5:00 pm, 29 E Madison St., Suite 1700
Being a landlord and property manager requires specific knowledge and training, even for people experienced in other areas of real estate. Learn the basics from experts in the field at Community Investment Corporation's Foundations of Property Management course, hosted by CCLF on September 16. Topics will include routine and preventative maintenance, marketing and tenant selection and housing choice vouchers. Learn more and find the registration link here.
To provide low cost, flexible financing and technical assistance to community development organizations engaged in affordable housing, social service and economic development initiatives that benefit low- and moderate- income neighborhoods and households throughout metropolitan Chicago.
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