You are hereEvents / State Events / 2012 Montana Housing Partnership Conference

2012 Montana Housing Partnership Conference


- Posted on March 23, 2012

Venue/Location
Billings Crowne Plaza Hotel
27 North 27th Street
Billings, MT
Start Date
June 26, 2012
End Date
June 28, 2012
June 26-28, 2012
5 years 25 weeks ago

General Info.  |  Sponsorship Info.  |  Register

Housing Strategies in a Challenging Economy

The Montana Housing Conference is scheduled for June 26 through June 28, 2012 at the Crowne Plaza in Billings, Montana.  The conference, which is held every other year, features speakers from the National Association of Homebuilders, the Corporation for Enterprise Development, and the new Federal Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, covering a myriad of topics from homelessness to homeownership.  Registration for the conference is $175 until June 15, when a late registration charge takes effect.   Single  day registrations are also available.

Conference organizer Sheila Rice, Executive Director of NeighborWorks, said, “the conference promises to be three days packed with information about housing, with great topics on creating security and opportunity with decent housing, fighting homelessness, housing resources and the impact of foreclosures in Montana.  A special panel on Wednesday, June 27 will feature Oil and Gas Impacts on Eastern Montana Communities.   Success stories from Indian housing, Neighborhood Stabilization Program, and owner-built housing will also be featured.”

Wells Fargo Bank is the Platinum sponsor of the event.   Silver sponsors are Community Frameworks, First Interstate Bancsystem, Montana Association of Realtors, Montana Department of Commerce, and Stockman Bank.   Silver sponsors are the City of Billings, Montana Human Resources Directors’ Association, NeighborWorks, PNC Real Estate and US Bank.

The conference goals are to:

  • Share successes and build the statewide network of housing supporters
  • Learn from best practices in a changing economy
  • Examine common themes and solutions to housing problems
  • Make the connection between housing and economic development

For more information, contact Vicky Golie at 406-216-3525.

Register Online Here