Completing an Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan

LIVE  Sep 19, 2019 1:00PM EST

Duration : 60 min

2 days ago




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Many federal or state funded, insured or assisted housing programs have an obligation to create and implement an Affirmatively Fair Housing Marketing (AFHM) Plan.  The AFMH Plan is a marketing strategy designed to attract buyers and renters of all majority and minority groups, regardless of sex, handicap, familial status, etc. to assisted and insured rental projects and sales dwellings which are being marketed.


LEARNING BENEFITS

The Plan describes initial advertising, outreach (community contacts) and other marketing activities which inform potential buyers and renters of the existence of the units.  No applications for applicable HUD-assisted programs may be funded without an approved AFMH Plan. 

Who should create an Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan? – Federal Housing Programs All applicants for subsidized and unsubsidized multifamily projects, mobile home parks and single-family subdivisions of five or more units, spaces or lots which are funded or insured under certain HUD programs are subject to program requirements which carry an obligation to create an AFHM Plan.

Applicants may include Public Housing Authorities, non-profit developers or housing providers, and other HUD program participants. 

Many of the following questions will be answered:
Creating an Affirmative Fair Housing Market Plan
Targeting
Outreach
Indicators
Staff Training
How long does the AFMH Plan last and how often does it need to be updated?
Common AFHM Plan Mistakes


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

.  Property Managers
.  Property owners 
.  Leasing Consultants
.  Housing Authority Staff
.  Tax credit compliance staff










































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