Why Partnerships Matter

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  • 1. At the Crossroads… Why Partnerships Matter for Improving the Post-Foreclosure Landscape Lynn M. Ross, AICP Director of State and Local Initiatives
  • 2. National Housing Conference
    • For more than 75 years, the nonprofit National Housing Conference (NHC) has been the United Voice for Housing .
    • A membership drawn from every industry segment forms the foundation for NHC’s broad, nonpartisan advocacy for national policies and legislation that promote suitable housing in a safe, decent environment .
  • 3. Center for Housing Policy
    • Research affiliate of NHC specializes in developing solutions through research
    • Works to broaden understanding of the nation’s housing challenges and to examine the impact of policies and programs developed to address these needs.
  • 4. Expanded State and Local Strategy
    • Increasing the Availability of Affordable Homes: A Handbook of High-impact State and Local Solutions
      • Released in January 2007
      • Foundation for larger strategy
    • HousingPolicy.org
      • Online guide to state and local housing policy
      • Launched January 2008
    • Solutions for Working Families
      • Hosted in Chicago June 2009
      • First-of-its-kind learning conference for state and local leaders working on housing issues
  • 5. Housing by the Numbers
    • 3,957,643
    • 20
    • 14.8 million
    • 7.6
    • $3.75 billion
  • 6. What Do We Know?
    • At the Crossroads…
      • Foreclosure Crisis Not Over
      • Housing Still Not Affordable
      • Transportation and Energy Costs Rising
      • Challenged State and Local Budgets
      • Game-Changing Federal Legislation Coming
  • 7. What Should We Do?
    • Develop comprehensive, coordinated housing policy
      • Focus on Production and Preservation
      • Link Housing to Transportation Solutions
      • Zoning that Encourages Housing Diversity, Compact Development, and Affordability
    • Make it easier for families to reduce reliance on cars
      • Increase Density near Public-Transit and Job Centers
      • Improve Public Transit System
      • Facilitate Complete Streets, Biking, and Walking
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  • 8. What Should We Do?
    • Guarantee access by families to transit- and job-accessible neighborhoods
      • Rental Housing Preservation
      • Inclusionary Zoning (w/ permanent affordability)
      • Shared Equity Homeownership
      • Employer-Assisted Housing
    •  
    • Improve energy efficiency in the construction, rehabilitation, operation, and location of homes
  • 9. How Will We Do It?
    • Recognize the Opportunity
    • Encourage Interagency Coordination
    • Engage in Sustainable Decision-Making
    • Use Best Practices to create Next Practices
    • Build Partnerships and Strategic Alliances
  • 10. Why Partnerships?
    • Maximize Community Assets
    • Leverage Limited Financial Resources
    • Build and Implement a Stronger Strategy
    • Expand Affordability to More Families
  • 11. Got an idea for HousingPolicy.org? Contact Us! Your input is the key to making this site a valuable tool for communities nationwide. Ask questions, exchange ideas, and share your experience on the HousingPolicy.org Forum! Click on Join HousingPolicy.org at the bottom right of any page to sign up for In Focus —the bi-monthly HousingPolicy.org e-newsletter.
  • 12. Thank You! Lynn M. Ross, AICP 202-466-2121 ext 237 [email_address]