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United Way of Greater Cincinnati

55 Years After Fair Housing: Housing Affordability

Learn about recent data trends, hear from a panel of experts, and share your thoughts!

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55 Years After Fair Housing: Housing Affordability
55 Years After Fair Housing: Housing Affordability

Time & Location

२२ फेब्रु, २०२४, ६:०० PM – ८:०० PM

United Way of Greater Cincinnati , 2400 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA

About the event

In this second part of 55 Years After the Fair Housing Act, come learn and discuss housing and homeownership affordability.

55 Years After Fair Housing: Housing Affordability

- Why is housing so unaffordable?

- Is homeownership still attainable?

- Why are property taxes so high?

- Is the Fair Housing Act still relevant?

Learn about the recent data trends, hear from a panel of experts, and join the conversation.

Featuring remarks and presentations from: 

State Representative Dani Isaacsohn, District 24

Hamilton County Treasurer Jill Schiller

Liz Blume, Blume Community Partners

Rick Williams, The Home Ownership Center of Greater Cincinnati

Derrick Mayes, National Appraisal Bias TaskForce

Mary Burke Rivers, Over-The-Rhine Community Housing

Elisabeth Risch, HOME

Light food will be provided.

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