Join us for the February Brown Bag Lunch to learn about the CORES Resident Services Certification Program, which was recently added to the 2019 QAP as an optional certification developers can pursue for points towards meeting the resident services criteria.
CORES was created by the Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF), a national housing advocacy group based in Washington D.C, to recognize property owners that have the capacity and history of providing a robust resident services program. Alexandra Nassau-Brownstone from SAHF will join us to provide an overview on the CORES Program, who can and should apply, and explain what is involved with the certification process. She will also answer your questions about the program, so please take some time to look over their website before the event to learn more about CORES HERE.
Bring your lunch and join us for this informative brown bag lunch. Drinks and desserts will be provided.
PARKING: Please park in the garage next to DHCD on the second level only. Look for the blue tape on the ceiling indicating the DHCD parking area. Cars will be towed if parked in the residential area of the garage. DHCD is also accessible from the New Carrollton Metro Station (Orange Line).
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