One thing I’ve noticed about successful people is that they don’t try to go it alone. They understand that partnerships are critical to individual and professional success. In the homeownership development industry, partnerships are particularly important. Click here to find out how you can identify new partners to take your business to the next level.
In the homeownership development industry, good leadership skills are among the most important ingredients to success. Yet, many leaders make three big mistakes, which can hold them and their organizations back. Click here to discover what they are, and how you can take your leadership skills to the next level before this year is out.
If you’ve never experienced the Reaching Millions Leadership in Housing Training Conference, you’ve been missing out on one of the most powerful conferences in the homeownership development industry. Every year, HomeFree-USA brings together nonprofit, faith-based, government, and real estate finance leaders to improve the housing, homeownership and financial aspirations of low-to-moderate income people across the country.
This year the conference takes place in Washington, DC. Read on to discover how it can help you further your goals.
Homeownership used to be something you thought about when you were ready to have a family and settle down. Today, that type of thinking can hold you back. Your 20s (or even your 30s) can be an ideal time to become a homeowner. Whether you’re single, married or somewhere in-between, here’s why homeownership should be a part of your financial strategy
We hold a lot of preconceived notions about homeownership. Some can be helpful, such as the idea that homeownership provides a sense of pride and fulfillment. However, other preconceived notions can be harmful, and can keep people from taking the steps to leave renting behind.
If we are going to ensure that as many people as possible share in the dream of homeownership, we need to give people a vision they can buy into. Here are three outdated beliefs about homeownership, and why we need to leave that type of thinking behind.