Every region of the county has leadership advocating for the provision of more affordable housing. The Pacific Northwest is a hotbed of affordable housing innovation and leadership. The innovation is further buoyed by being the home to several Moving to Work agencies. Although nobody highlighted in this blog asked for it, they are all deserving… Read More 3 Public Housing Heroes in the Pacific Northwest to Know
Re-branding is something we hear of a lot in the private sector. However; government entities do not really do something like that. The government is a brand so to speak and the various services that are offered need to be clear and easy to access. In the last 5-10 years, I noticed that several public… Read More 4 Public Housing Authorities That Changed Names and Re-branded
Throughout the world, it is clear that rents are escalating in capital cities and making it harder for normal people and families to exist in those places. From London to Paris and from New York to Sydney and Hong Kong, prices keep increasing to the point people need to move. There is one city… Read More Is Berlin the Affordable Housing Beacon of Hope?
Many republicans support affordable housing but there is a good portion of them that do not. Here are some of the reasons Republicans should support affordable housing. Construction Jobs: Republicans are often looking for ways to boost the economy and stimulate jobs. One of the greatest indicators of a healthy economy is how many… Read More 5 Reasons Why Republicans Should Support Affordable Housing
We here at ^Housing Futures believe in highlighting leadership within the housing community and the work that they are doing. Below you will learn about some of the top housing leaders in the State of Ohio. Jeffery Patterson- CEO Cuyahoga County Housing Authority: Jeffery K. Patterson, Chief Executive Officer and Safety Director: Patterson was appointed Chief… Read More 5 Public Housing Leaders In Ohio You Should Know
I met Dr. John McPeake the CEO from Helm Housing Association in Northern Ireland recently and had the pleasure of hearing about how his agency is working on helping those with dementia. . Dr. McPeake let us know that in the UK the average age exceeded 40 for the first time in its history. By… Read More Supporting Residents with Dementia: Lessons from Northern Ireland
Imagining a Non-Federal Affordable Housing System The federal government has proven they cannot be trusted to deal with the affordable housing and homeless crisis taking place throughout the USA. Public housing operating and capital funds continue to be eroded with the latest presidential budget threatening to completely kill off the capital funds program. Funds… Read More A World Without Federal Affordable Housing Programs- Part I