“Because so much of the affordable housing requirements are set in law, Congress is the only place you can make dramatic change and still be compliant with the law.” – David Dworkin
“Developing organizational relationships is a key element in addressing housing as a social determinant of health, a recent report from the National Housing Conference says.”
“The median sales prices of homes in five out of six Colorado metro areas range from 12% to 116% higher than the national median sales price of $252,000, according to a report from the National Housing Conference.”
“While Beto O’Rourke and Gov. John Hickenlooper briefly raised the issue as an aside, none of the moderators asked about housing affordability and no one debated solutions to this growing crisis that is impacting both urban areas — including Detroit — as well as rural areas throughout the country.” – David M. Dworkin
“When you look at new household formation and just normal obsolescence, we’re building a quarter of a million units less than we need just to break even every year. If you look at historic rates of homebuilding, it’s half a million a year, so that’s enormous amount of pressure that ends up getting put on rental markets.”- David M. Dworkin
The National Housing Conference (NHC) recently announced that Kimani Little of Federal Home Loan Bank of New York and Connie Wright of Wells Fargo has joined NHC’s Board of Governors.
[Buzz] Roberts notes that the proposal has earned support from a variety of organizations, including Enterprise Community Partners, Habitat for Humanity, Local Initiatives Support Corp., Mortgage Bankers Association, National Association of Realtors, National Council of State Housing Agencies, National Housing Conference, and National NeighborWorks Association.
Hope Credit Union and Hope Enterprise Corporation were recognized with the 2019 Housing Visionary Award from the National Housing Conference during a gala here that recognized organizations and individuals making significant contributions toward advancing affordable housing.
“50 years after the last national housing act was passed, much has changed, but not nearly enough. Today, we have the knowledge, experience and political skills necessary to solve America’s housing crisis.” – David M. Dworkin
The bill has also been endorsed by the National Association of Real Estate Brokers, the Community Home Lenders Association, the National Housing Conference, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals and the National Consumer Law Center on behalf of its low-income clients.