The affordable housing team at First National provide capital and strategies that result in the lowest possible cost of financing and greater flexibility to achieve the borrower’s goals.
Helping low- and moderate-income individuals find and keep secure, affordable housing, all while accessing the right mix of supports they might need to thrive and stay housed, is no simple task. But Ontario’s non-profit housing providers have been rising to the challenge.
Last year, the Province invested close to $92 million into energy efficiency retrofits for the social housing sector. Find out how much non-profit housing providers received.
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60+ educational sessions, 110+ expert speakers and 1,100+ non -profit housing professionals all under one roof. Registration now open for the 2017 ONPHA Conference and Trade Show, November 3-5 in Niagara Falls.
Question: I’ve been hearing a lot about End-of-Operating Agreements (EOA) and I’m not sure how I will be affected or what I need to do. Please help!
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Planning for EOA is one of the greatest challenges social housing providers in Ontario have ever been confronted with. Urban Aboriginal providers face an additional hurdle.
What will change for housing providers when operating agreements expire? The short answer is – a lot!
For one of Ontario’s oldest non-profit housing corporation, navigating EOA has not been without its challenges. Find out more about their strategic approach and tips for other providers.
End of operating agreements could have a huge impact on the GHT/HST status of some federal providers. Find out more.
In the States, one non-profit organization has emerged as an innovator and is leading the way in the affordable housing industry. What can we learn from their experiences?
Are you a federal housing provider that wants to offer subsidy at the end of your operating agreement? Keep reading.
Ontario’s recently passed Rental Fairness Act makes several amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA), many of which will impact the day-to-day operations of non-profit housing providers. Keep reading to find out what you need to know now, and other changes to expect.
Here are the top things that ONPHA thinks non-profit housing providers should know about what was, and wasn’t, in Budget 2017.
After trying to work with one of my tenants to solve their arrears, they have become increasingly hostile towards me and other staff. The last time they came to the office, they used abusive language. I’m scared it could escalate to physical violence. What can I do to protect myself and my staff?