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A Brief Historical Overview of Affordable Rental Housing

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What is Public Housing? A Simple Answer To a Tough Question
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For November, AHFA turned its spotlight on Alex Place in Livingston, a 24-unit development built in 1998 and financed in part by $565,000 in HOME funds and $122,982 in Housing Credits.

"I think Alex Place is special because this is not just a complex; I consider it to be an extension of my family," said Rosa H. Washington, property manager. "My motto is we are our brother's keeper and for the most part we try to look out for each other, especially our children. I have found that if you just give a child a few encouraging words, that can make a world of difference in the way they see themselves."

After noticing that many of the school-aged children of Alex Place lacked constructive after-school activities, Washington spearheaded an effort to create a homework club. "It has been a major blessing for our children," she said. Resident Shalanda Campbell does the majority of the tutoring, and Washington ensures the students have snacks and necessary supplies. The Alex Place Homework Club has been so successful that it has been expanded to include residents of neighboring apartment complexes.

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Olympia Management (OMI) is proud to pay tribute to a very special employee, Wilda Holladay, on her retirement from OMI. We honor her for her exceptional work ethics, her dedication to her job and her extensive knowledge of the affordable housing industry she brought OMI. Wilda has worked in the field of affordable housing for many years and has been with OMI since its inception in September 2014. [ 638 more words ]
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“This map shows all the places working-class Americans can’t afford to live”
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“How Much do you Need to Earn to Afford a Modest Apartment in Your State?”
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WASHINGTON–Aug. 9, 2017–The number of U.S. households with worst-case needs for housing assistance remained near its peak in 2015, based on a report issued today by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). According to the biannual report, 8.3 million renter households in 2015 fit the definition of worst-case-needs renters: households with incomes that are no more than 50 percent of the area median income (AMI) and don’t receive government housing assistance and pay more than half their income for rent, live in severely inadequate conditions or both. That number was down slightly from 2014, but up 8 percent from 2013, the final year of the previous report. The number of homes with worst-case needs increased from 2013 to 2015 across all racial, ethnic and household types.
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Kimyatta Banks is AHFA's 2017 Manager of the Year

Kimyatta Banks of Olympia Management, manager of Evangeline Heights in Phenix City and Legacy Senior Village in Eufaula, has been named as this year's Manager of the Year.

The Manager of the Year award recognizes outstanding management staff at AHFA-funded multifamily housing developments. Nominees are evaluated on tenant relations, experience and education, the complex's curb appeal, and AHFA program compliance.
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Strengthen What's Working - The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
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