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Podcast by Freddie Mac Multifamily

    Minority Architects with Jason Pugh

    Minority Architects with Jason Pugh

    In this episode, Corey Aber and Steve Guggenmos chat with Jason Pugh from the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) about DEI efforts within the urban planning and architecture industry.

    Chapter 1: 0:00 – Introducing NOMA, a nonprofit minority architecture organization
    Chapter 2: 11:00 – Jason Pugh's background
    Chapter 3: 23:41 – Community engagement strategy
    Chapter 4: 31:00 – Minority architecture professional organizations

    • 46 min
    Rental Communities with OpenPath and UV Residential

    Rental Communities with OpenPath and UV Residential

    In this episode, Corey Aber and Steve Guggenmos chat with Peter Slaugh, managing partner and founder of OpenPath Investments, and Alejandra Montano, director of impact from UV Residential, about rental communities and how to engage tenants with their four-pillar framework.

    Chapter 1: 0:00 – Introducing the four-pillar framework that connects individuals and the broader community
    Chapter 2: 10:00 – Community partnerships
    Chapter 3: 20:41 – Urban Village program impact

    • 29 min
    Rental Deserts with Whitney Airgood-Obrycki

    Rental Deserts with Whitney Airgood-Obrycki

    In this episode, Corey and Steve are joined again by Whitney Airgood-Obrycki, senior research associate at Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies. Their conversation covers topics like rental deserts, residual income burdens and what potential impacts COVID-19 policy have had on renters.

    Chapter 1: 0:00 – Current affordability landscape and rental deserts overview
    Chapter 2: 8:39 – Residual income burdens
    Chapter 3: 16:40 – Impacts of COVID-19 policy on renters

    • 29 min
    Housing Development with Mike Kingsella

    Housing Development with Mike Kingsella

    Solving the housing shortage involves understanding complex, local housing policies and how they affect supply. Fortunately, resources like Up For Growth’s Charlotte Housing Policy and Affordability Calculator, help piece together some of these details. In this episode, we welcome back Mike Kingsella, CEO at Up for Growth. Up for Growth have done a great deal to bring attention to housing affordability, policy and the market imbalance.

    Chapter 1: 0:00 – Housing Underproduction in the U.S. 2022 Report
    Chapter 2: 10:01 – American Community Survey Data
    Chapter 3: 25:15 – Key Takeaways from the Housing Report

    • 42 min
    Strengthening Community with Esperanza

    Strengthening Community with Esperanza

    In this episode, Steve and Corey discuss housing that is designed for individuals with disabilities, and how accessible and inclusive housing have evolved over time. They are joined by Reverend Luis Cortes at Esperanza​ – a faith-based nonprofit organization driven to strengthen Hispanic communities through education, economic development and advocacy.

    Chapter 1: 0:00 – Background on Esperanza
    Chapter 2: 10:05 – Gentrification and Affordable Housing
    Chapter 3: 20:00 – START Program in Philadelphia
    Chapter 4: 31:15 – Bank Counseling and Mediation

    • 42 min
    2022 Midyear Outlook with Sara Hoffmann

    2022 Midyear Outlook with Sara Hoffmann

    In this episode, Corey and Steve are joined by Sara Hoffmann, director in the Freddie Mac Multifamily Research & Modeling team and a lead author of the annual Midyear Outlook report. Their conversation covers topics from multifamily market fundamentals, rising interest rates to inflation, and how these changing macrofactors are flowing into the multifamily market.

    • 32 min

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