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What is the National Housing Corp. and what can they do for my chapter?

Posted By Walt Jaegar (North Texas, 1997), NHC Board President, Wednesday, February 24, 2016

The National Housing Corporation (NHC) is made up of unpaid volunteers from all over the United States.   The board of directors consists of Walter Jaeger (president), Jim Fulmer (vice president), Lou Semrad (treasurer), and Blake Peek (secretary).   There are currently three at-large members: Dennis Walter, Deepak Hadpawat, and Patrick Grimaldi.   Most are members with significant experience running housing corporations and volunteering for the fraternity.   Here's the best part, they want to help you!      

The National Housing Corporation (NHC) is an entity charged with preserving and advancing housing interests for collegiate chapters and alumni groups.    It serves as a central repository of information for the best practices regarding how local housing corporations (LHCs) should be run.   It helps form and support LHCs.  It aides LHCs in being better managed, organizationally and financially.   It supports saving by LHCs so when unexpected things happen, they are better able to deal with them from a savings or borrowing perspective. 

To properly accomplish our mission, we will be seeking to pass legislation at the upcoming Grand Chapter that will create an undergraduate assessment.    The undergraduate assessment will be used to create a savings and investment corpus for the future and funding the mission of the NHC.   We are always looking for volunteers in the industries of real estate, lending, property management, investments, law, architecture, and construction to serve on the NHC. 

If you are negotiating with an entity for the purposes of renting or purchasing a house, please contact us, we may be able to help.   There are a number of things we may be able to assist you with including, but not limited to:

* Best practices – How should I do this?

* Entity structure and creation

* Leases and legal documents

* Contract negotiation

* Market valuation

* Financing

* Investing for future housing needs

* Liability mitigation

* Insurance claims

* Non-profit status and documentation.

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Mark A. Logsdon says...
Posted Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Great post!
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