Our Housing Imperative: Making Infill and Workforce Housing Happen

APA Hawaii Chapter

#9109447

Friday, September 23, 2016
7:45 a.m. - 9 a.m. CDT

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Overview

 

There is no doubt that Hawai'i is facing a housing crisis which will only continue to burden workforce and lower-income households unless strong action is taken.  Join this panel of experts to discuss today’s market and trends, opportunities for public-private partnerships, and how Kaua'i County is taking the challenge head on.

Speakers

Nancy Kanna

Invited Speaker

Nancy Kanna is the Government Affairs Advocate for the Kauai Board of REALTORS®. She graduated from California State University at Fullerton with a degree in Psychology and minor in business. She has worked in Real Estate Sales, Real Estate Education, and Sales and Marketing in the Shrimp Aquaculture industry. She ... Read More

Rick Cassidy

Invited Speaker

Ricky Cassiday developed one of the most functional databases of real estate transactions for analyzing residential markets throughout the state of Hawaii. Encompassing three major market cycles, it includes public and private data, including proprietary information on for-sale, leasehold and rental housing (both affordable and market-rate). It is applicable to ... Read More

Ka'aina Hull

Invited Speaker

Ka’aina Hull is the Deputy Planning Director for the County of Kaua'i Planning Department. He previously worked as a Planner for Kaua'i County for over 8 years. His projects included Kauai’s first proposed wind energy ordinance, a bill for farmer worker housing, and the review of ... Read More