2021 National Homeownership Month: Advancing Racial Equity in Homeownership
June 24, 2021 | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
June is National Homeownership Month (NHM) and has been officially declared by Presidential Proclamation since 2002. During this month, HUD celebrates the benefits that homeownership brings to individuals and families across the nation. In addition, the Biden Administration has expressed its ongoing commitment to affordable, sustainable homeownership and work is underway to recognize and address the systemic racial equity issues that have historically excluded communities of color.
A number of events designed to educate and inform various stakeholders and consumers will be hosted throughout the month to reinforce HUD's work in addressing COVID-19's impact on housing and the barriers that limit access to homeownership. Learn more about 2021 National Homeownership Month.
In this discussion, participants will hear from national and local agency perspectives on what can be done to advance the dream of homeownership – and the security and wealth creation that comes with it – into a reality for more Americans.
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