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Solutions for Affordable Housing

National Press Club 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC

On December 6, 2022, the National Housing Conference will host its Solutions for Affordable Housing convening at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. This hybrid convening brings together a diverse group of housing professionals, policymakers, researchers, and advocates for a full day of engaging content that will inspire you to think of new ways to […]

The State of Native Housing: Programs, Policy, and Practices on Tribal Lands

Online

https://youtu.be/orQCArStQek With intersecting legal systems, a legacy of institutional disinvestment, competing territorial definitions, and significant and urgent unmet demands for rural housing, Native American communities have unique housing needs that require tailored and intentional solutions. This webinar will provide an overview of the state of Native housing in and around Tribal lands. A panel of […]

Catalysts for Change: Reducing the Racial Homeownership Gap

National Press Club 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC

In recognition of homeownership month, Urban Institute and National Housing Conference will be co-hosting a convening called Catalysts for Change: Reducing the Racial Homeownership Gap.  The event will feature remarks from Ginnie Mae President Alanna McCargo and a lunchtime fireside chat with DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. Panels include discussions of vertical and horizontal alignment of […]

Black Homeownership Collaborative One-Year Anniversary

The Black Homeownership Collaborative (BHC) is delighted to invite you to the celebration of our one-year anniversary at Atlanta Metropolitan State College in Atlanta, Georgia on June 20, 2022. Almost a year ago, we announced the BHC on the first federal Juneteenth holiday in Cleveland, Ohio, with HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge and Senator […]

Housing Visionary Awards Gala 2022

Anthem 901 Wharf Street SW, Washington, DC

Quick Links | Digital Invitation | Reserve Tickets | Sponsorship Opportunities | Become a Sponsor On Tuesday, June 14, NHC will host our Annual Housing Visionary Awards Gala at the Anthem in Washington, D.C.! Housers from across the country will join us to recognize our four outstanding honorees, David Adame, Jim King, Pamela Patenaude, and […]

Pathways to Homeownership: A Showcase of Strategies to Open Doors

In celebration of National Homeownership Month, the National Housing Conference and NeighborWorks America spotlighted practitioners working on the ground to assist low- and moderate-income households achieve sustainable homeownership. This webinar featured an opening fireside chat with David Dworkin, president and CEO of NHC, and Marietta Rodriguez, president and CEO of NeighborWorks America, about […]

Adaptive Reuse in Post-Pandemic Development

Emerging from the pandemic, city leaders, planners, and community stakeholders across the nation are wrestling with what post-pandemic life will look like in their neighborhoods. The pandemic economy has created an unprecedented opportunity to address historic housing supply shortages through adaptive reuse of existing structures into affordable housing. Former commercial, retail, and office […]

Fair Housing Forum: Increasing Fair Access to Credit

The Black Homeownership Collaborative's first Fair Housing Forum on Increasing Fair Access to Credit was held on April 19, 2022. This convening built on last year's launch of the Collaborative to explore federal efforts to increase access to quality credit in communities of color. The Forum featured remarks from Acting Comptroller of the Currency […]

Solutions for Housing Communications

On Wednesday, March 30th we hosted our annual Solutions for Housing Communications convening at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. This year's focus was on developing communications strategies to help housers connect with the people and communities we serve. Keynote speaker Marc Morial, President, and CEO of the National Urban League encouraged housers to […]

Federal Funding, Local Impact: Shared Equity as a Housing Solution

Many communities facing dramatic losses of affordable market rate housing, increasing land costs, and rising costs of new construction are having to consider alternative strategies to keep their communities affordable to live. Shared equity models of housing, including community land trusts, housing cooperatives, and resident-owned manufactured housing, have emerged as a viable approach […]

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