What's Trending in Affordable Housing

June 02, 2015

Author(s): Deborah VanAmerongen, Harry J. Kelly, Christina Ricotta

New York City Housing Authority releases “NextGeneration NYCHA Plan, SCOTUS ruling on Disparate Impact Liability, and 2015 Genworth survey reveals priciest locations in US for assisted living facilities. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing and community development.


New York City Housing Authority Releases “NextGeneration NYCHA” Plan

On Tuesday, May 19, the New York City Housing Authority released its “NextGeneration NYCHA” plan, which lays out Mayor de Blasio’s framework for achieving financial stability, diversifying funding, improving the efficiency of NYCHA’s operations.—Deborah VanAmerongen

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When Will SCOTUS Rule on Disparate Impact Liability?

The Supreme Court accepted two cases in recent terms that challenged the availability of disparate impact under the FHAct, both of which were settled before oral argument. But there is another case for the court to rule on.—Harry J. Kelly

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Seniors Housing and Care

2015 Genworth Cost of Care Survey Reveals Priciest Locations in the US for Assisted Living

The 2015 Genworth Cost of Care Survey has been released, revealing the East Coast as the priciest region for assisted living care.—Christina M. Ricotta

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Upcoming Events

NCSHA Housing Credit Connect

Date: June 1–4, 2015

Speakers: Rick Goldstein, Tom Giblin and Deborah VanAmerongen

Topics include: Washington watch, housing credit program outlook, housing credit development challenges, compliance hot topics, multifamily finance, year 15 compliance strategies, measuring performance in green building, housing credit program basics, supportive housing innovations, and more.

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