Affordable homeownership programs across the country devote a significant amount of energy towards creating and selling homes, but many struggle to handle common violations that can jeopardize the preservation of these units. Illegal occupancy, improper refinancing, and unauthorized sales are a few examples of common pitfalls that threaten unit preservation. When violations occur, how do you decide whether and how to enforce program policies and agreements? What types of program policies and systems do you have in place to effectively address violations when they occur? Join us for a facilitated peer exchange to share effective enforcement strategies.
Please sign up for this learning webinar if you are:
- Are interested in learning what other effective programs are doing,
- Willing to share your experiences with peers in the group, and
- Interested in helping others improve their programs
Hong Ly, Programs Manager | Cornerstone Partnership
As Senior Program Officer, Hong leads Cornerstone’s SIF program, CHIP, and all of Cornerstone’s technical assistance and community engagement activities. Hong brings 10 years of experience working in the housing and community development field. She began her career as an Americorps VISTA in Lowell, MA before joining Abt Associates as an evaluation consultant. She later developed affordable housing and commercial real estate projects at Urban Edge CDC in Boston. Hong received her BA from Carleton College and MBA from Boston University.
Tiffany Eng, HomeKeeper Product Manager | Cornerstone Partnership
As Program Manager at Capital Impact Partners, Tiffany manages the marketing, development and support of Cornerstone’s HomeKeeper Salesforce app. TIffany brings more than 16 years of experience working in the housing sector, community development field, and real estate industry. She received her BA from Carleton College and Masters in City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley.