Senior Program Director Sara Haas discusses naturally occurring affordable housing in metropolitan Atlanta with The Saporta Report, including Enterprise's recent study on how to preserve the region's stock of these homes.
Enterprise VP David Bowers is at the center of the Washington Post's article on faith-based development, which describes how our Mid-Atlantic team has been a national leader in helping houses of worship turn underused church property into affordable housing and other community facilities.
A Huffington Post article on making residential construction quicker, cheaper and less environmentally costly by using 3D home printing quotes Enterprise Policy VP Marion McFadden, who suggests that the real issue is convincing governments to put significant money into building homes of any type.
In City Limits, New York market leader Judi Kende discusses NYC's Landlord Ambassadors program -- a collaboration between the city and Enterprise -- in which housing nonprofits help owners of smaller properties preserve affordability.
Affordable Housing Finance reports onthe closing to new investment of Enterprise's third conventional real estate equity fund, which helps fill a crucial need in communities across the country: investment to preserve and improve affordable and workforce housing.
The University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy and Enterprise hosted the third annual graduation ceremony for the Baltimore Faith-Based Development Certificate Program, with this year's proposed developments focusing on community facilities and homeownership.
Today the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released the State of the Nation’s Housing 2018, its annual assessment of the housing market, demographic trends and the housing challenges faced by U.S. households.