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Employment-Affected Households Less Likely to Obtain Rental Assistance than Other Safety Net Benefits in 2020
Study shows Employment-Affected Households Less Likely to Obtain Rental Assistance than Other Safety Net Benefits in 2020
Pandemic-weary Parents Spend More Than Half Their Day Worried About Housing According to NHP Foundation Survey
Study from affordable housing provider queried families nationwide on Covid-related housing and financial woes; results point to vulnerability of existing affordable housing and urgent need for more.
This report, a collaboration between NLIHC and the Innovation for Justice (i4J) Program, highlights some of the public costs of eviction-related homelessness that the United States will incur if we do not provide adequate rental assistance and eviction protection.
Freddie Mac: LIHTC Program Essential to Affordable Housing in Rural Persistent Poverty Counties Across the Country
Freddie Mac released a white paper highlighting the vital role the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program serves in rural counties.
The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies releases its 2020 State of the Nation’s Housing report CAMBRIDGE, MA – For most of 2020, the US has been beset by the COVID-19 pandemic, social unrest sparked by racial injustice, and the devastating impacts of climate...
Study outlines impacts of COVID 19 on Affordable Housing Providers.
Affordable Housing Shortage persists with less than 10% of rental units are affordable to renter households earning 50% of median renter income (MRI), according to new research released by Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) Multifamily. Building on last year’s “Diminishing...
Rising income inequality, combined with high housing costs, and a shortage of affordable rental housing across the nation and particularly in large metropolitan regions, has been creating a significant financial burden for growing numbers of working families, especially those of low-income workers. And the COVID-19 pandemic and related shutdowns and layoffs have exacerbated this problem.
On June 29, the House of Representatives passed H.JRes.90, a Congressional Review Act resolution to reverse the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s (OCC) final rule on the Community Reinvestment Act.
The Kinder Institute’s inaugural State of Housing in Harris County and Houston report provides a consistent and accessible baseline of information about housing-related issues to all Houstonians. This report will be updated annually to track shifts in how the housing...
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