- June 15, 2021 9:00 am - 10:30 am
With the increasing shortage of affordable housing in the US, there is a small percentage of people who are willfully providing false information or altered documents to housing providers in order to try to qualify for housing. This webinar will give you tips on how to detect fraud and what to look for on applications, questionnaires, resident provided documents and 3rd party verifications. Learn ways to protect management and the owner from reportable non-compliance, if fraud is detected by an outside agency. Lastly, we will discuss how to report resident and applicant fraud to the appropriate government agencies if discovered.
Instructor: Heather Wezensky – Seldin Company & STAR Compliance Consulting
Heather Wezensky is the Senior Vice President of Compliance for Seldin Company and STAR Compliance Consulting. She is an expert in Fair Housing practices and affordable housing program compliance rules and regulations and holds various affordable designations and credentials such as the CPO™, FHC™, SHCM™ and AHM. Due to her years of on-site consulting work with multiple affordable housing programs, Heather has first-hand insight into the latest affordable housing compliance trends in addition to she and her team reviewing hundreds of resident files on a monthly basis. Having the ability to quickly comprehend the complex rules and regulations of the affordable housing industry, Heather is able to assist her clients across the country to stay compliant with not only state and federal governmental agency requirements, but also with national and local Fair Housing laws.
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