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The U.S. Census Bureau is taking notice of the impact tech companies like Amazon, Facebook and others are having on the real estate market .read more
Houston makes list of top least affordable cities in the U.S. New research by USC housing experts reveals lack of affordable rent is a bigger problem than previously realized, not only in big coastal cities but across much of the United States.read more
We are saddened to report that TAAHP Past President Dan Markson of The NRP Group, LLC has passed away. Dan served as TAAHP’s board president in 2010-2011 and was known as a champion for affordable housing.read more
NAHB today commended House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters for proposing draft legislation to address the nation’s housing affordability crisis and called on the administration and Congress to make this issue a national policy priority.read more
Dallas area state representative Eric Johnson (D) announced earlier this year his intent to file a bill to “end corruption” related to the allocation of housing tax credits in the application process.read more
In a recent poll, 46% of American adults said they would prefer to live in a community with access to better schools and/or childcare, but cannot afford to do so; while 58% say communities with better job opportunities are too expensive for them to live in.* To identify innovative solutions to this housing affordability crisis…read more
Households in rural rental properties are among the most vulnerable in the nation. With lower median incomes and higher poverty rates than homeowners.read more
The grant was awarded to TAAHP Member Gregory Housing Authority, which is spearheading the $8.6 million project. Construction began in December 2018 and is expected to be completed at the end of 2019.read more
The U.S. Department of the Treasury today issued its second set of proposed regulations related to the new Opportunity Zones tax incentive.read more
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) launched a special campaign and training initiative to help protect people from harassment by landlords, property managers, and maintenance workers in HUD-assisted housing.read more
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