In this episode, Katelynn Harris speaks with David Dworkin, President and CEO of the National Housing Conference. Their conversation includes a history of the Community Reinvestment Act and a discussion on the proposed modernization of this imp
In this episode, Jonathan Paine speaks with Robert Dietz, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President for the National Association of Home Builders. Their conversation includes a look back at 2019 economic trends, projections for 2020, and how in
In this episode, Katelynn Harris speaks with Taí Coates, Campaign Media Organizer, and Moha Thakur, Public Engagement and Policy Associate, from the National Housing Trust about the "Where Will We Live" campaign.
Their conversation includes e
In this episode, Katelynn Harris speaks with Noëlle Porter, Director of Government Affairs for the National Housing Law Project, about the Disparate Impact rule.
Katelynn and Noëlle's conversation includes the history of the Disparate Impact r
In this episode, Jonathan Paine talks to Eric Enderlin, President of New York City Housing Development Corporation, about the ADC Genesis Year 15 Resyndication project, which was awarded the Redevelopment Excellence award at the 2019 NALHFA Ann
In this episode, Katelynn Harris speaks with Carley Ruff, Director of State and Local Relations for Habitat for Humanity International, about the Cost of Home campaign, Habitat for Humanity's first national advocacy campaign, launched earlier t
In this episode, Jonathan Paine talks to Mandy DeMayo, Community Development Administrator for the City of Austin Neighborhood Housing and Community Development, about Aldrich 51, which was awarded the Multifamily Excellence award at the 2019 N
In this episode, Katelynn Harris speaks with author P.E. Moskowitz about their 2017 book, How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality and the Fight for the Neighborhood. Katelynn and P.E. discuss the research that went into the book, the fac
In this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, Jonathan Paine talks to Julie Collins, Housing Development Coordinator at Allegheny County Residential Finance Authority, about Forest Hills Veterans Housing, which was awarded the HOME Excelle
In this episode, Katelynn Harris is joined by Jim Brooks and Mike Wallace, primary authors of the National League of Cities' recently released housing report titled Homeward Bound: The Road to Affordable Housing.
Jim and Mike talk about the Ho
In this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, Kathryn Driver, Executive Director of the Housing Finance Authority of Pinellas County, joins Jonathan Paine to discuss the Palms of Pinellas, which was awarded the Multifamily Excellence award
In this episode, Rachel Reilly, Director of Impact Strategy for the Economic Innovation Group (EIG), joins NALHFA's Policy Director Katelynn Harris to discuss Opportunity Zones.
Rachel brings insight from the front lines of economic developme
In this episode, Emily Cadik, Executive Director of The Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition, joins NALHFA Policy Director Katelynn Harris to discuss the recently introduced Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act (AHCIA).
Emily shares d
In this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, Rhonda Mitchell, Single Family Program Manager with Southeast Texas Housing Finance Corporation, discusses the SETH/Freddie Mac Lender Training Webinar Series, which was awarded the Single-Fami
In this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, real estate expert John Burns discusses trends in the homebuilding industry and his insightful analysis will help NALHFA members understand recent changes and know what to expect from the marke
In this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, Elizabeth Strojan, Vice President of Government Affairs at New York City Housing Development Corporation and Chair of NALHFA's Legislative Committee, discusses strategies for engaging Members o
In this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, Darryl Lewis, Managing Director at Trio, talks about Trio's unique lease-to-own programs. For families who are on the threshold of qualifying for home financing options, Trio's programs provide
In this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, Diane Arvizo, Director of Homebuyer Services for the Nevada Rural Housing Authority (NRHA), talks about NRHA’s award winning Home At Last program. The Home At Last program uses innovative ideas
On this first episode of the NALHFA Affordable Housing Podcast, NALHFA Policy Director, Heather Voorman is joined by longtime member Norm McLoughlin of McLoughlin & Associates for a discussion on the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program. NMTC
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