Leaders in the City of San Antonio are celebrating the passing of a $1.2 billion bond package for a variety of infrastructure propositions. 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. The affordable housing proposition passed with just under 60 percent of the vote. San Antonio’s mayor, Ron Nirenberg says rehabilitation of current affordable housing stock can begin almost immediately.

The City plans to seek another $150 million for affordable housing in its next bond election in 2027.

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