Training on Accessing Capital Resources for Rural Single Family Homes
December 8th, 2017 ~ 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
You are invited to join Enterprise Community Partner’s Rural and Native American Initiative for a webinar on capital resources for Rural single family home development. This webinar will provide an overview of the single-family housing landscape and what single family housing programs are available. The webinar will include information on the HUD Section 184 Program, USDA 502 Direct and Guaranteed Loans, VA Direct Loans and more. Join us as we provide guidance on how to access these available financing programs.
For many organizations operating in rural areas, they are the only organization serving the community’s affordable housing needs. Without their continued efforts in the community, there would not be any affordable housing or other community development activities. Organizations in these communities need guidance on how to access available financing programs and capacity building for leveraging these sources (LIHTC, HOME, AHP, Trust Funds) for creating new housing.
The webinar will be led by Russell Kaney, the Director for the National Rural & Native American Initiative. Russell leads Enterprise’s national efforts on providing direct assistance to CDCs, CHDOs, Tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities. The capacity building and technical assistance provided by Enterprise helps these organizations develop their towns, build their communities and weaves together the social fabric of the rural landscape into vibrant places to work, live and play.
Registration is at no cost but is required. Please register in advance Here
Enterprise’s mission is to create opportunity for low‐ and moderate‐income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities. We believe opportunity begins when people have a safe, healthy and affordable place to call home. It grows with access to good schools, jobs, transit and health care. We bring together the people and resources to create affordable housing in strong neighborhoods. Within Enterprise are entities that lend funds, finance development and manage and build affordable housing. To date, Enterprise has invested $28.9 billion, helped create nearly 470,000 homes and touched millions of lives.