Research shows that stable, decent, and affordable housing, particularly housing in a safe neighborhood with a good school, is highly beneficial for the health and safety of adults and for the economic future of their children. The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program was established to provide housing assistance and to allow low-income households choice of where to live. That choice depends on landlords willing to accept housing vouchers. Recent research shows that there are elements of the program that discourage landlord participation, which can limit tenant choice and success at leasing units. Please join us for a discussion of that research and hear from landlords about what HUD can do to make the Housing Choice Voucher program more appealing to them.
- John Bravacos, Senior Advisor to the Secretary
Update on U.S. Housing Market Conditions
- Kevin Kane, Chief Housing Market Analyst, Economic Market Analysis Division
Discussion: Landlord Participation in the HCV Program
- Steven Durham, Director, Housing Voucher Programs, Office of Public and Indian Housing, Moderator
- Daryl J. Carter, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Avanath Capital Management, LLC
- Mary K. Cunningham, Vice President, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy, Urban Institute
- Ron McCoy, Director, Housing Choice Voucher Program, District of Columbia Housing Authority
- Eva Rosen, Assistant Professor, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
Thursday, September 20, 2018
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
451 7th Street SW
Washington, DC 20410
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Landlord Participation in the HCV Program
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