The Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs has done an exceptional job of distributing rental assistance compared with other states. TAAHP President Chris Akbari discusses the differences in Texas in a recent Politico Story
The Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers said renters are, too — and it’s also driving the rental costs up. “People that would otherwise be homeowners, find themselves still renting. And so, because they are still in a rental situation, that thereby limits that supply, which means that the prices continue to increase,” said Roger Arriaga, executive director of the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers.