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July 24, 2019

Public Housing with Keely Stater and Kelly McElwain

This podcast is the third in our 2019 series focusing on Public Housing. In this episode, we review how housing relates to educational outcomes, health partnerships and employment trends, and we discuss the Moving to Work (MTW) Demonstration program. Steve and Corey dive into these topics with Keely Stater and Kelly McElwain from the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC).

For further details on these topics, view PAHRC’s website or read their recent report on Trends in Housing Assistance and Who It Serves.

  • Chapter 1: 0:00 - 2:00 – Background and welcoming Kelly and Keely
  • Chapter 2: 2:00 - 9:46 – Trends: Who, what and where?
  • Chapter 3: 9:46 - 19:05 – Children and educational outcomes
  • Chapter 4: 19:05 - 29:02 – Health factors and housing
  • Chapter 5: 29:02 - 29:02 – Employment trends and the MTW program

Listen to other episodes in the series.

 

About the Podcast Hosts

Steve Guggenmos

Steve Guggenmos
VP Research & Modeling

Steve leads multifamily research at Freddie Mac. In this role he performs research related to national and market-specific multifamily conditions. His team supports the multifamily business by developing models and quantitative approaches that determine risk-based capital allocations. The models capture loan level risks and also the benefits of the diversification and structural credit support for pools of multifamily mortgages, supporting the core business strategies of Freddie Mac Multifamily.

Corey Aber

Corey Aber
Director of Community Mission and Impact Finance

Corey is the Director of Community Mission and Impact Finance at Freddie Mac Multifamily. In this role, he oversees our Duty to Serve initiatives as well as research and development activities that further our support for affordable housing and underserved markets nationwide.

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