February 02, 2015
Gentrification and the impact of changing demographics on urban neighborhoods, new Component I RAD application opportunities, fire safety equipment for FHA insured healthcare facilities, WHCOA regional forums. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing and community development.
New Component I RAD Application Opportunities
HUD today issued new guidance with respect to HUD processing of additional Component I RAD application.—Michael H. Reardon
Gentrification: Myth or Key Factor in Explaining Our Changing Cities
Gentrification and the impact of changing demographics on urban neighborhoods, new Component I RAD application opportunities, fire safety equipment for FHA insured healthcare facilities, WHCOA regional forums.—Jeffrey W. Sacks
What Fire Equipment Do You Need In Health Care Facilities?
On January 14th HUD issued a new proposed rule for fire safety equipment for FHA insured healthcare facilities.—Richard Michael Price
White House Conference on Aging Announces 2015 Regional Forum Schedule
The White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) has announced a series of five regional forums designed to gather input and ideas from older Americans, their families, caregivers, advocates, community leaders, and experts on aging for the national 2015 WHCOA event projected to be held in Washington D.C.—Christina Ricotta
Location: The Naples Beach Hotel | Naples, FL
Date: February 4-6, 2015
Speakers: Michael Reardon, Charles Edson, Monica Hilton Sussman and Steve Wallace
Topics include: Emerging trends in preservation arena; voucher program update; legislative update; PHA best practices; latest RAD developments.
Location: Ocean Reef Club | Key Largo, FL
Date: February 18-22, 2015
Speakers: Monica Hilton Sussman and Deborah VanAmerongen
Topics include: Hope IV projects; RAD user group update; Washington update; tax-exempt bond update; historic tax credit as an alternative financing source; financing solar panels with renewable energy tax credits.
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