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Post-Election Outlook

How will affordable housing and community development fare under the new administration?

Disaster Resilience for Vulnerable Populations

Examining how natural disasters affect low-income and minority households

First Steps on the Road to Financial Well-Being: Final Report from the Evaluation of LISC’s Financial Opportunity Centers

Evaluation of LISC's Financial Opportunity Centers proves their value

A Roundup of New Housing Resources

Recent articles, reports and events help shine light on equity challenges and solutions in affordable housing

Helping Senior Renters Age In Place

New guides help housing developers and property managers meet the needs of aging residents

Community Development That Brings Better Health

A look at how place impacts health, and what we can do about it

Request for Proposals - Pay For Success (PFS) Projects

LISC offers competitive funding opportunity for selected Pay for Success initiatives.

CBPP Releases New Housing Fact Sheets

New fact sheets and data show the reach and value of federal rental assistance

The Cost of Affordable Housing: Does It Pencil Out?

New interactive tool demonstrates the challenge of making housing affordable to low-income families

Mapping Tool Provides Data on Equity and Inclusion

Data and mapping tool helps users understand current demographics and the benefits of greater equity.

Giving Due Credit: Balancing Priorities in State Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Allocation Policies

Enterprise Community Partners releases an analysis of state qualified allocation plans for Low Income Housing Tax Credits

Choice Neighborhoods and the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program

New LISC publication shows how overlapping housing and crime reduction initiatives reinforce one another

A Neighborhood's Controversial Return From the Brink

Cincinnati's Over-The-Rhine neighborhood is thriving, but many longtime residents feel left out

Livestreaming - The Future of Rural Communities: Implications for Housing

Federal Reserve livestreams rural housing policy conference

Keeping Opportunity Inclusive in Washington, DC

As new park plan brings investment, DC LISC aims for equitable development

Report Shows Further Evidence of Housing Availability Gap

Growth of rental stock in largest US metro areas is not keeping pace with growth in number of renters

What It’s Worth: Strengthening the Financial Future of Families, Communities and the Nation

New eBook spotlights information and ideas to improve the financial well-being of America's households

Integrating Health and Housing

New set of briefs provides guidance for housing and health professionals

The Role of Anchor Institutions in Restoring Neighborhoods

National Housing Conference releases report on health institutions as a catalyst for affordable housing and community development

Targeted Community Reinvestment: HUD’s Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program as a Financing Tool - 2016 Update Webinar

This webinar describes how the Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program (Section 108) can serve as an important financing tool in targeting reinvestment for economic development, public facilities and improvements, and housing rehabilitation.

Network Commons: Social Impact Investing for Better Health

Four community investment experts share firsthand experiences driving capital into neighborhood-level projects to improve health and well-being. 

Rebuilding, Artfully, in Kentucky

How artists, determined residents and goats – yes, goats – are helping turn Covington, Kentucky’s troubled Westside around.

Funding Opportunity - Assisted Senior Developments

$15 MM in funds available for the Supportive Service Demonstration for Elderly Households in HUD-Assisted Multifamily Housing.

Training Series Demystifies Affordable Housing Preservation

LISC and Capital One team up to help affordable housing organizations navigate the anything-but-simple recapitalization process

Revitalization That Preserves Neighborhood Culture

Facing gentrification pressure, residents of Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo create a community-driven vision for the future

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