Suggested Audiences: New practitioners, policy makers, funders and other partners or stakeholders
Dates: Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, and 12
Price: Members- $170 | Non-members- $220
This introductory level course is for policy makers, funders, community members, practitioners, and anyone interested in learning more about how to make affordable homeownership opportunities last for generations. More and more, communities are seeking policies that do more with less, balance individual benefits with community benefits, impact the racial homeownership gap, and make a dent in their affordable housing needs. This four-session course will help participants make the case for shared equity homeownership (SEH) in their local context, consider critical issues like racial equity and inclusion, identify the most common SEH models, and understand the local housing ecosystem necessary for success.
While this course may be of interest to practitioners, it is designed to serve as an introduction to the broad concept of shared equity homeownership. Course sessions will include presentation, small group discussion and time for focused question and answer. We will cite studies and provide resources for participants to learn more in independent follow-up.
- Thursday, Oct 22nd: Making the Case for SEH
- Thursday, Oct 29th: SEH Program Models
- Thursday, Nov 5th: Common SEH Program Elements
- Thursday, Nov 12: Putting it All Together: Partnerships & Policies for Scale
This course is $170 for Grounded Solutions Network members, and $220 for non-members. Interested in applying for a need-based reduced registration rate? Fill out this application form before you register.
This training institute course is sponsored by NeighborWorks America.