Become a Member
As a TAAHP member, you’ll receive discounts to member events and the Texas Housing Conference, access to industry news, TAAHP’s member directory, networking opportunities and so much more!
TAAHP hosts several events annually where members have the opportunity to connect, learn and grow their business.
TAAHP members receive the latest affordable housing industry news, representation at the legislature and opportunities for networking and education that can grow their business.
Research & Resources
See the latest affordable housing data and resources, including recent studies, white papers and case studies that illustrate industry issues and challenges.
Who We Are
We are a non-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving affordable housing industry providers. Our goal is to increase the supply and quality of affordable housing for Texans.
Our mission is to be the primary advocate and leading resource for the affordable housing industry in Texas.
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Some affordable housing developers are waving the warning flag on Opportunity Zones.read more
Housing is central to people’s opportunities for living long and well. Nationwide, housing costs far exceed affordability given local incomes in many communities. As a result, people have no choice but to spend too much on housing, leaving little left for other necessities. In Texas, 13% of households spend more than half of their income on housing costs. Severe housing cost burden ranges from 2% to 24% of households.read more
From San Antonio Express News A recent report from Business Insider calculates how much households should be spending on rent based on their income. The report uses the 30 percent of income threshold — the same threshold recommended by the Department of Housing and...read more
The U.S. has a shortage of seven million rental homes affordable and available to extremely low-income renters, whose household incomes are at or below the poverty guideline or 30% of their area median income. Only 37 affordable and available rental homes exist for...read more