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Today the White House released a Housing Supply Action Plan to “ease the burden of housing costs over time, by boosting the supply of quality housing in every community” to “help close America’s housing supply shortfall in 5 years, starting with the creation and preservation of hundreds of thousands of affordable housing units in the next three years.”
San Antonio voters approve $150 Million for Affordable Housing. Proposition F included $150 million for affordable housing to include $35 million to buy and build rental housing, $45 million to help homeowners repair their homes, $40 million for acquisition and rehabilitation of affordable housing $25 million for supportive housing services and $5 million for home construction.
A 12.5 percent increase in 9 percent allocations enacted in the 2018 omnibus spending bill has expired for the calendar year 2022, causing a decrease nationwide in the 2022 9% population-based LIHTC allocations.