The State of Shared-Equity Homeownership in the Greater Dayton Region

APA Ohio Miami Valley Section

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Friday, December 7, 2018
3 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. EST

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Overview

Shared equity models are an important tool for increasing access to sustainable homeownership, decreasing the likelihood of foreclosure, building community wealth, and preserving affordable homeownership.

Shared Equity Homeownership is an umbrella term for a collection of homeownership models that seek to ensure ongoing affordability, generation after generation. It generally refers to community land trusts, deed restricted programs, limited equity cooperatives and condominiums and shared appreciation loans.

 

These tools promote different models of property ownership, taking homes permanently off the speculative market, through different variations of the following three components: strong democratic governance built into the legal structure, the guarantee of permanent affordability of housing over generations, and engaging citizens in community-driven development of housing.

 

This session will explore some of the shared equity tools, particularly in the context of redevelopments in the Dayton region and the community land trust initiative promoted by County Corp and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc.

Speakers

Adam Blake

Invited Speaker

For over 20 years Adam Blake has worked to provide affordable, safe housing for the residents of the greater Dayton Ohio area. Adam has owned and managed a Real Estate Brokerage, served as a Housing Development Manager and currently as Vice President of County Corp, a non-profit affordable housing and ... Read More

JACQUELINE RADEBAUGH

Invited Speaker

Jacqueline R. Radebaugh is a Brazilian/Texas lawyer, working with Advocates for Basic Legal Equality Inc. (ABLE) in Dayton, Ohio. She is committed to social entrepreneurship, the sharing economy, and community & economic development strategies that promote local sustainability. She advocates on behalf of persons of low and moderate income, women ... Read More

Contact Info

Adam Blake, ABLAKE.COUNTYCORP.COM