CNA e-Tool: How to Address Flags - 4/16/18
April 16, 2018 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
This is part of a virtual classroom curriculum in which participants learn about various aspects of the Capital Needs Assessment (CNA) e-Tool, specifically, issues that HUD has detected that cause a CNA submission to be rejected. In this class, participants see examples of acceptable and unacceptable flag notes and how to ensure the HUD reviewer will have sufficient information to determine whether your conclusions are appropriate. During the first part of the class, the instructor discusses flags and what type of information to provide in flag notes. During the second part of the class, participants may ask questions discuss CNA e-Tool addressing flags and preparing acceptable flag notes, barriers to developing useful flag notes, and ways to resolve these barriers.
- Learn how to use Flag Notes to help your HUD reviewer quickly review and accept your CNA e-Tool
- Understand where to access available resources and tools
- Discuss problem areas with the presenter and other participants
Who Should Attend
This training is intended for HUD-assisted or insured multifamily housing lenders, assessors, and owners.
Additional Registration Instructions
- The curriculum is: CNA e-Tool Virtual Classrooms
- The curriculum currently consists of four classes, each of which will be offered four times
- Each participant may take each of the four classes, but may only choose one of the four time slots each. In other words, if someone signs up for the “Using Narratives Effectively” class, they may only sign up for one time slot.
- Maximum participants per time slot: 15
- Others will be waitlisted
- HUD staff who sign up may be on the wait list only
- If there is space available 2 days before the class, individuals from the wait list will be allowed to join, whether they are HUD staff or not
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
For more information, please contact:
CNA e-Tool Virtual Classroom Curriculum Registrar | firstname.lastname@example.org
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