CHAM and its partners produce research, case studies, interviews and white papers
to further the knowledge and skills of asset managers.  

CHAM Survey of Asset Managers 2020

CHAM conducted a survey of asset managers in February and March 2020. We are grateful to the 226 respondents who shared information about their jobs and salaries.

The goals of the survey were to gain a better understanding of the work of asset managers of affordable multifamily housing and to inform types of services and programs CHAM will offer

Questions covered workload, salary, functions, roles, innovative strategies and evolving challenges. Responses were anonymous and confidential.

The survey closed just as the pandemic shut down happened around the country, so it is a snapshot of pre-COVID asset management. 

Survey of Asset Managers 2020

Qualitative Results of Open Ended Questions

Thank You to our Partners for their Expert Analysis of the Data:

Mission-Driven: Seven Things Best-in-Class Affordable Housing Providers Do to Balance Their Financial and Social Goals

This study investigates the steps best-in-class affordable housing providers take to remain mission-driven in the face of significant financial constraints.

It was prepared for and commissioned by the Consortium for Housing and Asset Management and the National Affordable Housing Management Association. 

By Dustin C. Read, Ph.D., J.D.
Associate Professor of Property Management
and Real Estate
William and Mary Alice Park Junior Faculty Fellow
Virginia Tech

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Asset Management and Survival of Nonprofits

What does it take for a mission-oriented real estate owner to survive? Whether nonprofit or for-profit, the answer is clear: positive organizational cash flow. And the key to that answer is ongoing proactive asset management. But the for-profits have always sung this song.

By Harold Nassau
Senior Director, Asset Management
NeighborWorks America
Affordable Housing Finance, May 28, 2015

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