The webinar begins with a discussion on the development and underwriting of affordable housing and how it is changing due to the pandemic and our country’s rising awareness of racial equity
This webinar provides an introduction to LISC’s national Safety & Justice program and information on closing the relationship between place and crime. Tom Wyatt, based in Flint, MI, who has led dynamic partnership efforts along that city’s University Avenue Corridor presents on how to reduce crime associated with vacant properties.
This webinar from LISC’s New York State Housing Stabilization Fund team is designed to help local governments, housing counseling and advocacy agencies and nonprofit partners plan for how to best prevent and mitigate the coming mortgage and property tax foreclosure wave as a result of the financial effects of COVID.
This LISC Institute webinar explores the recent ESG provisions in the CARES Act and how the tool is being used by Community Development practitioners to respond to local housing needs in the short and long-term.
During this webinar, presenters examine two case studies of affordable housing providers who are pivoting their asset management approach to address COVID-19 stresses on properties, portfolios and residents.