Become a Member
As a TAAHP member, you’ll receive discounts to member events and the Texas Housing Conference, access to industry news, TAAHP’s member directory, networking opportunities and so much more!
TAAHP hosts several events annually where members have the opportunity to connect, learn and grow their business.
TAAHP members receive the latest affordable housing industry news, representation at the legislature and opportunities for networking and education that can grow their business.
Research & Resources
See the latest affordable housing data and resources, including recent studies, white papers and case studies that illustrate industry issues and challenges.
Who We Are
We are a non-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving affordable housing industry providers. Our goal is to increase the supply and quality of affordable housing for Texans.
Our mission is to be the primary advocate and leading resource for the affordable housing industry in Texas.
From Midland Reporter-Telegram At a recent State of Education luncheon hosted by the Midland Chamber of Commerce, college presidents from Midland College, Odessa College and University of Texas Permian Basin are sounding alarm bells about the lack of affordable...read more
From Dallas Weekly State Rep. Eric Johnson filed his "anti-corruption" bill, HB 4370, removes "letters of support" from state representatives, municipalities and and county officials that give elected officials "veto" power in the scoring process for housing tax...read more
From NAHBNow President Trump is seeking to reduce the 2020 budget for the department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The budget cycle begins October 1, 2019 and runs through September 30, 2020. While no White House budget is ever approved "as is" by Congress,...read more
NEWS RELEASE This session, Texas State Representative Jessica González filed HB 2494, HB 2532, HB 3234, and HB 3272. Each of these bills plays a critical role in combating affordable housing crises in Dallas and around Texas. HB 2494, filed jointly with Sen. Royce...read more
From NAHB Now HUD Secretary Ben Carson said he intends to leave his Cabinet post at the end of President Trump’s first term. In an interview with Newsmax TV, Carson said he would “finish out this term,” adding that “I would be interested in returning to the private...read more