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Navigate Continues to Support the NAHMA Educational Foundation in Changing Lives

Navigate Affordable Housing Partners (Navigate), headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., has made a $250,000 donation in support of the NAHMA Educational Foundation scholarship program.

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#TuesdayTip: The Importance of Compliance

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Navigate Wins Two MarCom Awards for Excellence in Marketing

“Blight Demolition Day Media Kit” wins Platinum Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, the Hands-On Thought Leader™ in the Affordable Housing industry, has earned one Platinum MarCom Award, a Gold Marcom Award, and an honorable mention. The MarCom Awards is an international […]

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Reducing Risk of Fair Housing Violations

We just came back from the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) Fall Meeting in Washington, DC. One of the topics was Fair Housing. The title of this informative session was Opportunities for Discrimination and How Owners and Agents Accidentally Put Themselves at Risk.

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Gerena named NEAHMA’s Agency Staff of the Year

Relationship Manager Alfred Gerena has been named Agency Staff of the Year...

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Technical Assistance offered for launching FSS Program

HUD has announced that it will offer “hands-on group learning and individualized technical assistance (TA) to housing owners/managers to help implement a Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program.” FSS is a program HUD is offering that provides incentives to help families living […]

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Tuesday Tip: Work With Residents HUD Memo

Check out this week’s tip in case you missed it yesterday! And check out the official HUD Memorandum here!

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HUD sends Barry Storm notice

With Tropical Barry stationed off the Gulf Coast, The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is reminding Owners and Agents about disaster procedures. Below is the email that went out to O/As Thursday. You will also find links to […]

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Compliance Violations and #MeToo

In 2018, the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) reported sexual harassment claims were up 13.6% YoY, which is most likely due to the significant impact of the #MeToo movement. Although these numbers have increased in the broad demographic of the EEOC, many multifamily executives have said they haven’t seen any change in claims.

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