Housing Finance & Social Equity: Learning from Ginnie Mae
Location: Hybrid: Online & In-Person
Speaker(s): Alanna McCargo
Persistent racial and ethnic disparities in access to affordable homeownership and rental opportunities have created the need to examine whether—and how—to change aspects of the complex and rapidly changing US housing finance system. This challenge, and the foundational questions it raises, will be the focus of a series of public lectures given by practitioners and scholars in conjunction with a class on housing finance and equity offered by MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
The last session in the series will feature Alanna McCargo, President of Ginnie Mae, who will discuss efforts to ensure that America's housing finance system equitably and affordably serves the capital and credit needs of all households.
Register to attend online.
The public is also welcome to attend in person, no registration needed:
MIT Building 9 (105 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge), Room 354.
Co-Sponsor(s): MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning , MIT’s Golub Center for Finance and Policy