Richard Green is a professor in the Sol Value College of Public Policy and the Marshall College of Business at the University of Southern California. While not the force of law as it is not a judicial opinion or federal statute, HUD’s guidance (which is applicable to each standard and inexpensive housing) strongly recommends that all leasing offices applying criminal background screening on housing applicants take a close look at those procedures. May’s meeting of the ICWG was scheduled to overlap with the Housing Summit, allowing members to attend and participate in the discussion, bringing new perspectives and suggestions to a Denver audience.
Anyway, here are a couple of ideas I have discovered and am still finding out about turning that blog into a book. Certainly, the strained fiscal climate could continue limit the availability of subsidies that make it economically feasible for both for-profit and nonprofit developers to build cost-effective rental housing. The gap amongst residence costs and earnings widened to an unprecedented degree, and this intense resulted in an equally unprecedented crash in housing valuations. This column was adapted from Chris Estes’s remarks at NHC’s Housing Visionary Award Gala June 2, 2016.
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