The Developer Services Program offer many benefits to developers including the reduction or waiver of certain impact fees or any other administrative fees as outlined by program criteria. Visit Broward County's Housing Finance and Community Development Division, Broward County Cities or Florida Housing Finance Corporation websites for additional information on these services.
Affordable Housing Report is primarily an email digest, but with a robust job website attached. The daily email (sign up here) highlights important and interesting affordable housing news from the previous day plus featured job openings from the past two weeks.
Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) Developer program assistance. CHDO is a private nonprofit, community-based service organization whose primary purpose is to provide and develop decent, affordable housing for the community it serves. Certified CHDOs receive certification from a PJ indicating that they meet certain HOME Program requirements and therefore are eligible for HOME funding.
Forum Committee on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
Provide educational opportunities for their members and offer a number of services and benefits to encourage and facilitate professional development and communication.
Florida Housing Finance Corporation provides information, education, resources and research about green building for the affordable housing development community. Green Building Glossary is a ist of words and terms and their definitions which are commonly used in green building and remodeling.
National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA)
Leading voice for affordable housing, advocating on behalf of multifamily property managers and owners whose mission is to provide quality affordable housing.
National Housing Institute
Fosters decent affordable housing and supports individuals and organizations that work to create healthy and thriving communities.
Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH)
POAH preserves the use of affordable housing through refinancing transactions with strictures that keep rents affordable for the long-term (20+ years). These transactions can maintain or add rental subsidies, refinance existing debts, and/or introduce or modify income eligibility restrictions to meet preservation goals.
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