In August, leaders from NRHC member companies visited Washington, D.C., meeting with Administration officials to share the latest and greatest in the single-family rental industry. With housing finance reform top of mind for key policymakers, our members shared the importance of policy solutions that support single-family rental as an important option for American families.
NRHC was represented in D.C. by organization president Kevin Baldridge, the president of Tricon American Homes, as well as Invitation Homes CEO Dallas Tanner and The Promise Homes Company founder and CEO John Hope Bryant.
The group met with Rebekah Jurata, Special Assistant to the President for Financial Policy at the National Economic Council; Mark Calabria, Director, Federal Housing Finance Agency; and, Justin Muzinich, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Treasury.
As discussions in Congress and the Administration move forward on housing finance reform, NRHC and its members will continue to advocate for policies that support the single-family rental industry and our renters.