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Inaugural Housing Policy Conference,
September 22, 1999

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Can Housing Be Made Affordable?
The Legacy of Don Terner

Andersen Auditorium
Haas School of Business
Berkeley Campus
September 22, 1999

9:45-10:00         Introduction and Welcome

John M. Quigley, Professor, UC-Berkeley

10:00-10:50       The Legacy of Don Terner

Carol J. Galante, President, BRIDGE Housing
Rick Holliday, President, Holliday Development, Inc.

10:50-11:00       California's Housing Crisis?

John Landis, Professor, UC-Berkeley

11:00-12:30       And the Five Most Important Things to Do Now

Panel moderated by Brad Inman,

12:30-1:30        Buffet Lunch

1:30-3:00          Innovations in Housing: Expanding Homeownership

William P. Apgar, Assistant Secretary for Housing &
   Federal Housing Commissioner, HUD
James H. Carr, Senior Vice President, Fannie Mae
Paul Reddam, Chairman, Di Tech Funding Corporation
Peter M. Zorn, Director of Policy Analysis and
   Financial Strategy, Freddie Mac

3:00-3:15          Coffee Break

3:15-4:45          Capital for Multifamily Housing

Ralph Bostic, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve
Stephanie J. McFadden, Vice President, Bank of America
Dale Royal, Executive Director, Local Initiatives Support
   Corporation, Cincinnati
Susan M. Wachter, Assistant Secretary for Policy
   Development, HUD
Fran Wagstaff, Executive Director, Mid-Peninsula
   Housing Coalition

4:45-5:00          Going Forward: The Terner Legacy

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