Texas Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies
Videos of Interest
June 16, 2017
Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University
The State of the Nation's Housing 2017 was released in a live webcast from The National League of Cities in Washington D.C.
on Friday, June 16.
Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs
Video: Service-Enriched Housing
The videos were produced in collaboration with the University of Texas on behalf of the Housing and Health Services
Coordination Council to provide educational information about housing and services resources for people with disabilities
and aging Texans.
Reposted by TALHFA January 11, 2017
CohnReznick: Affordable Housing Insights Video Series
Video: Tax Reform
With tax reform a key component of the new administration's agenda, Bob Moss of CohnReznick, J.P. Delmore, National
Association of Home Builders, Matt Berger, National Multifamily Council, and Jeff Whiting of CREA share their thoughts on tax
reform and its potential implications for the affordable housing industry.
Video: Advocate for Affordable Housing
In the first of our series of Affordable Housing Insight videos, Bob Moss and Beth Mullen of CohnReznick, Emily Cadik of Enterprise Community Partners and Jeff Whiting of CREA share their insights with you. View the video to brush up with these tips on how everyone can advocate for affordable housing.
January 3, 2017
Affordable Housing Finance
Video: How Affordable Housing Is More Than Shelter
Developers Diana McIver, Jonathan Rose, and Stephen Whyte; affordable housing resident Chomba Kaluba; attorney and former
congressman Rick Lazio; and president and CEO of Enterprise Community Investment Charlie Werhane share why affordable
December 20, 2016
Video: Developer’s View: Diana McIver Makes the Case for Mixed-Income Housing
Meet Diana McIver, president and CEO of DMA Cos., an affordable housing developer based in Austin, Texas. She explains the importance of mixed-income housing, what she looks for when siting a development, and how she responds to the increasing amount of NIMBYism.