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Saving Affordable Housing: What Community Groups Can Do & What Government Should Do
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In this report, National Housing Institute (NHI) focuses on community-based efforts to save this large, vulnerable inventory of affordable housing facing the loss of federal subsidies and/or foreclosure by HUD, state housing agencies, and other mortgage holders, and not protected by existing preservation laws. This study takes a close look at some of the nation's most successful community-based initiatives to save inner-city subsidized and affordable housing and asks: Under what conditions can nonprofit community-based solutions succeed in saving endangered housing? What is necessary for the long-term sustainability of resident and community-owned low-income housing? What can we learn from the motivations, leadership, and organizational structure of groups that succeed? How can successes be replicated most effectively? (Authors)
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1997
Orange, NJ
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