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Affordable Housing Principles for Changing Domestic and Global Markets

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Harvard University

27 September 2023 - 29 September 2023

Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center, Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA, USA


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Aimed at entrepreneurial executives who understand income-producing real estate and see opportunities for profit and impact beyond the narrow confines of currently established US programmes, this immersive course both presents affordable housing as a distinctive real estate asset class and opens up new ways that developers, lenders, investors, and stakeholders can create successful properties, programmes, and policies.

Every country in the world needs affordable housing, and every country’s political and economic markets are always changing. Success requires specialist entrepreneurship by people and entities that can truly deliver a double-bottom-line value proposition: better living situations for deserving households alongside economically profitable and sustainable properties. This course puts students to work learning proven principles and applying them immediately in an immersive multi-part case exercise drawn from real property in a real setting. New to the 2023 session is a full-day of capstone learning via on-site tours, meetings, and panel discussions at two local affordable housing properties.


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