Preservation

Member interest in affordable housing related preservation activity is high, and recent legislation and administration activity show that there is a lot of new information coming out and more still in development. Check here frequently for the latest details. 

  1. New Resource: Faster, Better, More

    A new report from Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) for BRIDGE Housing, a San Francisco-based developer and manager of affordable housing, looks at housing development costs and new ways to approach construction to address cost issues. Andrea Ponsor and Adam Cohen are the principal authors of the ...

  2. LeadingAge Comments on RAD for PRAC Draft

    LeadingAge is enthusiastic about the future implementation of RAD for PRAC authority which will allow certain Section 202 PRAC senior housing providers a way to bring private financing to preserve their communities and pursue expansion of enriched affordable living opportunities for seniors by converting ...

  3. 2020 Budget Proposal Would Slash Funding for Aging Services

    For the budget category of domestic discretionary programs, which includes senior housing and home- and community-based services, the 2020 Trump budget invokes the draconian spending caps imposed under the Budget Control Act of 2011. In recent years, Congress has waived these caps because appropriators could not reasonably ...

  4. Housing Asks for FY20; White House Request Coming

    The White House is expected to provide Congress with a “top line” of its FY20 budget requests the week of March 11. Here, the President’s general budget message, his top priorities, and summary tables will be released. During the following week, of March 18, the White House is expected to release the ...

  5. Furlough's End is Good, if Temporary, News; Our Challenges Remain

    We are glad Congress and the President have reached agreement on a measure to end the partial shutdown and reopen affected federal agencies for three weeks. It is good news, of course, for so many people across the country, said LeadingAge president and CEO Katie Smith Sloan.