Community Development



Community Land Trusts: A Shared Equity Model

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Wed., April 20, 2011
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Eau Claire Print Building, Columbia, S.C.



The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, in partnership with the South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority, the City of Columbia, the South Carolina Association of Community Development Corporations and the Affordable Housing Coalition of South Carolina, is hosting a one-day forum on Community Land Trusts (CLTs). 

The forum will provide an overview of how shared equity models, and CLTs in particular, can preserve long-term affordable homeownership, promote neighborhood stabilization, and expand community redevelopment opportunities. CLTs have been adopted nationally to support these community development goals.  

Attendees will be provided with an opportunity to learn from experts about best practices to establish, finance, market and sustain CLTs. Join us to learn how CLTs can benefit your community.



Affordable housing practitioners, realtors, financial institutions, foundations and local and state policymakers.




Shared Equity Homeownership State Policy Review

Introduction to Shared Equity Homeownership

An Affordable Beltline

CLT vs. Municipal Land Bank: A General Comparison

Bringing CLTs to Scale in Atlanta

Forming a CLT

Community Land Trusts: Creating Homes That Last in a Boom and Bust Economy



Deadline: April 15, 2011

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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