Rural Rental Housing Preservation Academies

At Enterprise, we believe that opportunity begins when people have a safe, healthy and affordable place to call home. As part of that work, our Rural and Native American Program team has developed regional rural housing preservation academies. These are a series of no-cost training and peer-learning sessions designed to help rural housing providers and nonprofits acquire and preserve USDA Rural Development, HUD 811 and 202, Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and other subsidized and affordable housing.

2021 Pacific Northwest Rural Rental Housing Preservation Academy

Drawing more than 200 participants, the Pacific Northwest Rural Rental Housing Preservation Academy was made possible thanks to our sponsors: JPMorgan Chase, Fannie Mae, Oregon Housing & Community Services and the Collins Foundation.

Session 1: Rural Rental Housing Preservation in the Pacific Northwest


Session 2: 515 Overview - USDA RD Housing and the 515 Transfer Process


Session 3: Strategies for Preservation


Session 4: Federal and State Housing Finance - Beyond RD


Session 5: Funding the Gaps - Private Debt, Section 538 and alternative sources


Session 6: Capital Needs Assessment, Architects and Scope of Work


Session 7: Property Management, Disaster Preparedness and Resiliency


Session 8: Community Engagement


Session 9: Local and State Policy


Session 10: Understanding Rural Preservation

Date
April 1, 2021
Authors
Enterprise Community Partners
Markets
  • Pacific Northwest
Impact Areas
  • Rural & Native American
  • Resident Success
Capabilities
  • Advisory Services (Consulting)