Metro Spotlight: San Antonio

Metro Spotlight: San Antonio

In early July, Council Member Roberto Trevino filed a request for Council to consider creating a Renters Commission to provide a voice for renters regarding “matters related to affordable housing accessibility, transportation, green and other public space, land use,...
Metro Spotlight: San Antonio

Metro Spotlight: Houston

The City of Houston is undergoing the development of its five-year Consolidation Plan 2020, which outlines its long-term goals and objectives for improving housing, public facilities, infrastructure, and quality-of-life for low- and moderate-income residents. This...
Metro Spotlight: San Antonio

Metro Spotlight: Dallas

In late May, Dallas’ City Council amended the city’s Comprehensive Housing Plan (CHP) to add a Land Transfer Program. The Land Transfer Program incentivizes the development of affordable housing and the land for other uses according to the City’s development policies....
Metro Spotlight: San Antonio

Metro Spotlight: Austin

Affordability Unlocked In early May, Austin City Council approved the “Affordability Unlocked” program to spur denser affordable housing development within and around the city’s core. Introduced by Council Member Greg Casar, this program will waive compatibility and...
Metro Spotlight: San Antonio

State Spotlight: Second Anniversary of Hurricane Harvey

Source: National Low Income Housing Coalition The second anniversary of Hurricane Harvey is approaching and recovery efforts at all levels of government and at personal residences are continually in motion. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)...
Metro Spotlight: San Antonio

Federal Spotlight: Federal Housing Legislation of 2019

The 116th U.S. Congress has filed several housing related bills during the first quarter of the congressional session. The need for affordable housing has become a top item for the Trump administration and a high priority for many legislators nationwide. Below is a...


Founded in 1997, the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP) is a non-profit trade association serving as the primary advocate and leading resource for the affordable housing industry in Texas. Our vision is to inspire and engage our members and stakeholders to end the affordable housing crisis in Texas.

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