CHAM 2021 Virtual Conference

CHAM 2021 Virtual Conference

Moving Forward with Asset Management

Tuesday, July 20, and Wednesday, July 21, 2021

12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. EDT, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. PDT


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A key learning of this last year is that a crisis requires resilience, and this is the moment to build more resilient organizations. With both practical advice and bold ideas, CHAM’s 2021 Conference will explore the path forward for advancing mission and performance during the pandemic and beyond.

Two provocative plenaries will fuel your curiosity. In the opening session on Tuesday, housing leaders will take a fresh look at three core values to affordable housing: resilience, sustainability and equity. On Wednesday, we’ll dive into learning about the latest policy initiatives at the federal, HUD and state levels.

You’ll be able to choose from 12 sessions that share strategies, insights and opportunities in four topic areas: affordability, physical asset, resident engagement and asset management practice. But you won’t really have to choose—all the sessions will be available online for two months, so you have plenty of time to watch everything you are interested in. 

We are excited by the features of the virtual format we are using. Some sessions will be prerecorded and some sessions will be broadcast live. But in all cases, you will be able to chat and pose questions of the presenters in real time. You will be able to direct message other attendees, connect with sponsors who have products or services you need, and learn about CHAM’s educational programs.

Join hundreds of people from all sectors of the affordable housing industry:

  • Asset managers, property managers, developers, directors and executives
  • Owners, both nonprofit and for-profit
  • Lenders, investors, syndicators, government, PHAs, HFAs
  • Professional service companies and intermediaries

Registration Details

Conference registration fees are as follows:

Early-Bird By 6/25/21 $120.00
Standard After 6/25/21 $140.00

Your registration fee covers all conference plenaries and sessions. plus two months of access to the recordings and handouts. Everyone must register individuallyincluding sponsors and speakers. Registrations may only be submitted online with payment by credit card. A unique email address and a valid American Express, MasterCard or Visa credit card are required. If you need to be invoiced, please contact for assistance.

For registrations submitted after July 21, access to the virtual lobby will be delayed but provided as soon as possible after submission.

Session recordings and handouts will remain accessible in the virtual lobby on demand to all registrants through Thursday, September 30, 2021.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Take advantage of this unique marketing opportunity and join us, not only as a participant, but also as a conference sponsor! Get your brand in front of 800 conference attendees, 6,000+ contacts, and 600+ CHAM members.


Sponsor Registration: If you have already committed to being a sponsor of the CHAM 2021 Virtual Conference, an email has been sent to your company's contact with your unique registration code and instructions for submitting your complimentary registration(s).



The Consortium for Housing and Asset Management is the only national professional association for affordable housing asset managers. Our mission is to better enable community-based organizations and others in the nonprofit housing industry to responsibly own and professionally manage affordable housing units. CHAM provides the asset management field with professional certification courses, networking opportunities, conferences and webinars, and more, promoting mission-driven asset management to preserve our nation’s affordable housing resources.

Learn how CHAM can help boost your asset management career on our website. You will find all sorts of resources—templates and tools, useful website links, job postings, recordings of our previous webinars and information about our training courses.



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