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Multifamily Transformation: LeadingAge Provides HUD with Member Feedback

As the transformation continues, LeadingAge shares member feedback and recommendations.

Disaster Preparedness Planning Toolkit from Enterprise Community Partners

Enterprise Community Partners has developed Ready to Respond: Disaster Staffing, a robust and customizable toolkit specifically for multifamily housing providers nationwide.

U.S. Senior Rental Housing Crisis Projected to Worsen

New research shows that the U.S. senior rental housing crisis will worsen -- even under the best case scenario. Released by Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. and Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS), the study -- Projecting Trends in Severely Cost-Burdened Renters: 2015-2025 -- reports that the number of households spending half their income on rent could rise at least 11 percent, from 11.8 million to 13.1 million by 2025.

LeadingAge Joins Coalition Calling on Congress to Raise Spending Caps and End Sequestration

On September 10th, 2015 the Non-Defense Discretionary United coalition delivered a letter signed by more than 2,500 groups, including LeadingAge, to Congressional leaders and Committee members urging Congress to end sequestration. The letter urges Congress to reach a bipartisan budget deal, similar to the 2013 Murray-Ryan deal that enacted a two year agreement to  raising spending caps on discretionary programs. 

LeadingAge Leads Tour of Section 202 Housing for Congressional Staff

Summer is the best time to get congressional staff in Washington D.C. out to visit Section 202 communities. While LeadingAge encourages you all to invite their members of Congress out to visit local affordable housing communities to better understand the value of the programs and the people they serve, the DC-based staff rarely has the opportunity to see LeadingAge members in action.