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Housing Solutions Webinar: Centering Community in Ownership, Control and Long-term Affordability


Housing Solutions Webinar: Centering Community in Ownership, Control and Long-term Affordability

The federal ban on evictions has been extended yet again, bringing relief to tens of millions of renters struggling to catch up. Still, demand is growing for more strategies to stabilize communities and put power in the hands of existing residents.

People who have suffered through the worst of the housing crisis want new ways to achieve long-term housing stability, build wealth, and control their future. They are exploring alternative forms of ownership, like community land trusts and housing cooperatives, which often serve those that have been traditionally shut out.

Join us for a webinar on new models that unlock opportunities for creating permanent affordable homes.

Date: April 14, 2021

Time: 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm ET


  • Devin Culbertson - Senior Program Director, Enterprise Community Partners and SPARCC
  • Roberto de la Riva Rojas - Co-Director, Inquilinxs Unidxs por Justicia (United Renters for Justice)
  • Andrea Ponsor - President & CEO, Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future

Facilitator: Miriam Axel-Lute, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, Shelterforce

We will address a wide range of issues in the discussion, including:

  • How community land trusts (CLTs) and other forms of shared equity in housing can effectively expand and preserve affordable housing stock, and advance racial equity
  • Pathways to create long-term affordability in housing that extend beyond homeownership, including protections against real estate speculation
  • Challenges and opportunities for community ownership models, and the roles of nonprofits and local governments in creating and implementing these models

This webinar will be recorded and made available to all registrants.

[Please click here to register.]

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