Innovation Forum: Stewardship of Shared Equity Housing

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On February 10th, the Mel King Institute for Community Building and Dudley Learning Center, will provide opportunities for staff and leaders of community development organizations to learn and share ideas and best practices for ensuring that owners of shared equity homes are successful and that the homes remain affordable for the long-term.  The session will explore the successes and challenges of promoting effective stewardship of shared equity housing, from pre-purchase to resale, with examples shared from deed- restricted homeownership and community land trust models.

Areas of discussion include:

  • Foreclosure prevention strategies
  • Engaging homeowners in community building and organizing efforts
  • Promoting maintenance and improvement of homes
  • Effective monitoring of resale and affordability restrictions
  • Policy and regulatory issues and opportunities

Panelists include:

  • John Emmeus Davis, Burlington Associates, former Housing Director for City of Burlington
  • Tony Hernandez, President, Dudley Neighbors Inc. community land trust
  • Bob Van Meter, Executive Director, LISC Boston

Click here to register for the Innovation Forum. February 10, 2014, 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Nixon Peabody, 100 Summer Street, Boston.



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