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.
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From Austin-American Statesman The federal government’s partial shutdown is delaying a Travis County plan to build affordable housing and expand county offices on its Airport Boulevard campus. The $30 million complex, known as Travis Flats, will be built at 5325...read more
From Texas Monthly Thursday marks Day 20 of the government shutdown, and there’s no end in sight as President Donald Trump arrives in South Texas to try to build support for his planned border wall, the catalyst for the shutdown and a project that most Americans...read more
HUD and census data show how landlords nationwide shut their doors on renters receiving housing assistance. A new federal law would prohibit that. Where to live is one of the most important decisions the leader of a household has to make. But for the most vulnerable...read more
From NBC News One HUD employee said the agency took "a shrug of the shoulders kind of approach" to protecting low-income Americans from the shutdown. House Democrats are using their new oversight authority to investigate the Department of Housing and Urban...read more