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HUD Seeks Partners to Promote Homeownership For Young Adults!

On October 25, HUD formally announced a coordinated outreach effort to promote homeownership, including among young people, centered on a November 1 virtual event with Secretary Fudge. HUD is requesting that partners amplify the outreach and are seeking partners to amplify outreach around this event.


General Information

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge will hold a virtual “House Party” on November 1, 2022, at 6:30 pm EDT to share information on available federal resources and bust common myths around the homebuying process. This event is designed to encourage young adults who wish to become homeowners but feel the barriers are too steep, especially in communities of color. Several special guests will join Secretary Fudge, including young adults with lived experience of becoming a homeowner.

The event is free and open to the public. Download the Digital Toolkit here.


How to Join

The ‘party’ takes place November 1 at 6:30 pm EDT. The event will stream live on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. HUD encourages registration at: www.hud.gov/hudhousepartyregistration.


How to Support

If you are interested in helping amplify, HUD recommends that you complete at least one post across your social media channels between Tuesday, October 25 and Monday, October 31, using the attached digital toolkit, which includes graphics in a variety of formats and sample social media posts. HUD encourages you to leverage additional resources such as email newsletters targeting your members/affiliates, young adults and/or communities of color. Feel free to share the information and toolkit as broadly as you see fit!


For questions regarding this toolkit or partner amplification efforts, feel free to contact one of the following individuals:

PHADA Job Opportunity

Senior Housing Policy Analyst

A 1,900 member trade organization based on Capitol Hill, the Public Housing Authorities Directors Association (PHADA), is seeking a senior housing policy staff person to represent membership with Congress and HUD in Washington. Primary functions include analyzing and keeping members informed of housing, other congressional legislation and HUD regulations and advocating the association’s positions on such matters. Detailed knowledge of, and experience with, public and assisted housing programs is essential.


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