Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center Institute Fellow and Co-Director Eric Toder will provide a detailed analysis of the implications of the UFH proposal to convert the mortgage interest deduction (MID) to a tax credit.
Attendees of all UFH endorser webinars will have firsthand access to key resources and best practices to share the message of rebalancing federal housing expenditures through modest reforms to the MID.
The March webinar, “New Partners, New Voices—Expanding the United for Homes Campaign”, addressed how endorsers can garner support among non-housing partners that share a commitment to social justice. It discussed the inter-connectedness of affordable housing and education, public health, wages, and transportation and shared tips to successfully mobilize groups from these sectors in support of re-balancing federal housing policy to ensure the lowest income people in America have decent, stable, and affordable homes.
Bringing on endorsers from a broad cross-section of sectors will be essential as the campaign builds beyond its current 2,350 UFH organizational and elected official supporters.
If you have not already registered for the monthly UFH endorser webinars, register for the April 12 event. Once you register, you will no longer need to register again for the monthly UFH endorser webinars.