Monday, March 2, 2009

Want to Learn More About Rental Housing Preservation? Stop by the Discussion Forum to Chat With Your Peers

Are you curious about ways to grow or maintain the stock of affordable rental housing in your community? Do you want to share information with your peers about how rental housing has benefited neighborhoods in your area? Well, now there is a place to share this kind of information, and more.

The Discussion Forum – recently launched by NHC's research affiliate the Center for Housing Policy – is currently featuring a discussion group entitled "Rental Housing Preservation," in which affordable housing policymakers and practitioners can quickly and easily share ideas, innovations and questions about rental preservation housing policy with their colleagues around the country.

The Forum, available through both – the Center for Housing Policy’s online guide to state and local housing solutions – and its new sister site, is intended to be a place to pose questions, exchange ideas, and learn from the experience and expertise of others.

In addition to the "Rental Housing Preservation Group," the Forum includes discussion groups on the topics of Foreclosure Prevention, Neighborhood Stabilization, Inclusionary Zoning, and Shared Equity Homeownership. Stop by the Forum today to learn more about these topics and participate in the conversation.

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