Affordable Housing Preservation Webinar Recording and Slides Now Available

NLIHC and the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC) hosted a webinar, “Understanding Preservation Needs, Risks, and Tenant Protections,” on October 22.  A recording of the webinar and slides from the presentation are now available.

Vincent Reina, assistant professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania, provided an overview of affordable housing preservation issues across federal housing programs and a typology of preservation risks. Dan Emmanuel, senior research analyst at NLIHC, discussed the year-30 expirations of affordability restrictions in the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program and implications for preservation and mobility policies. Lance George, director of research and information at the Housing Assistance Council (HAC), covered preservation issues for rural communities with a focus on loan maturation in the USDA Section 515 program. Bridgett Simmons, staff attorney at the National Housing Law Project, presented on federal, state, and local protections for tenants in federally assisted housing. The webinar concluded with questions from the audience.

A recording of the webinar is at:

Slides from the webinar are at: