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Deconstructing the Rental Housing Legislative Landscape

Start Date:2/23/2021

Start Time:10:00 AM CST

Duration:75 minutes

Abstract:

An already active legislative landscape in screening and rental housing preceding the pandemic, COVID and the global crisis added even more pressure to the regulatory landscape in the US. The eviction moratorium in particular impacted the rental housing space making 2020 an even busier, more complex and critical year in rental housing.

TransUnion has assembled a panel of regulatory experts and industry voices to help us all deconstruct some of the recent bills but more importantly what’s on the horizon in 2021. Join us for this important and insightful webinar for a briefing on important regulatory issues and the impact the new Administration is expected to have on rental housing.


Some of the areas we will explore:

  • The impact of recently enacted legislation on rental housing
  • How industry operators are adjusting to this changing environment
  • New and emerging concerns as benefits slow down, moratoriums are lifted and the pending eviction pipeline opens
  • Current insights and real-world scenarios from operators and more…

Remember, while a prominent bill may begin in one state, it could very easily turn up in additional states down the road, so join us for this important webinar.

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Speakers

Greg Brown

Senior Vice President of Government Affairs

National Apartment Association

As the Senior Vice President of Government Affairs for the National Apartment Association, Greg is responsible for growing and expanding NAA’s advocacy program to increase the impact of the apartment industry’s voice on public policy matters. Greg leads a team of advocacy professionals focused on federal policymaking, supporting the advocacy efforts of NAA’s state and local affiliates and effectively deploying political capital through the NAAPAC and grassroots programs. Greg has been a housing advocate for twenty years, representing private sector single-family, multifamily and commercial owners, operators and developers as well as local public agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Greg is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University and the American University in Washington, D.C.

Sheri Druckman

CAPS Vice President

Sares Regis Group

Sheri Druckman has more than 25 years of multifamily experience. She oversees execution and strategy for scaling SRG Residential's management platform. Previously Druckman was Director of Real Estate at Greystar and has held senior management roles with Security Properties, Simpson Property Group and Trammell Crow Residential Services. She has expertise in managing portfolios including major rehabilitation and new construction projects. Druckman’s awards include NAA 2020 Excellence and Outstanding Service to an affiliate and WMFHA 2014 Portfolio Manager of the Year Emerald. She was past president on the Washington Multifamily Housing Association board of directors and vice chair for Partnership for Affordable Housing. She holds a Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor, CAPS, designation and is an NAA Leadership Lyceum graduate.

Eric J. Ellman

Senior Vice President for Public Policy and Legal Affairs

Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA)

Eric Ellman has been with the CDIA since 1998. He leads the government affairs program and legal department, as well as participates in managing the association. He has testified more than 100 times before state legislative committees and has appeared in many national and local media stories. The CDIA is the international trade association that represents consumer data companies -- the nation’s leading institutions in credit reporting, mortgage reporting, check verification, fraud prevention, risk management, employment screening, and tenant screening.

Brett Waller

Director of Government Affairs

Washington Multi-Family Housing Association (WMFHA)

Brett Waller represents WMFHA member’s interests in local municipalities and throughout the State. He served on the King County Regional Affordable Housing Task Force's Standing Advisory Panel, the King County Affordable Housing Committee, Washington Supreme Court Unlawful Detainer Workgroup, the Federal Way Housing Advisory Board, and the National Apartment Association's Legislative Committee, including the sub committee's on policy development and advocacy. Prior to joining WMFHA, Waller was a litigation attorney representing individual clients in contested family law issues in the Seattle area. He received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Santa Clara University, and later graduated from St. Mary’s University of San Antonio Law School.

Maitri Johnson

Vice President Tenant and Employment

TransUnion

Maitri Johnson is Vice President, Tenant and Employment. Previously, she spent more than 20 years as a multifamily operator, including 13 years with Riverstone Residential Group as Executive Vice President of Property Services. For a brief time, she worked in the emerging space of single-family rental homes, overseeing property management at Waypoint Homes, now Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust. After serving on the Executive Committee of the National Apartment Association’s (NAA) Board of Directors, Johnson was appointed President of the NAA Education Institute. She also chaired the NAA Lease Advisory Committee, which supervises lease document activities for the multifamily industry.

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