National Low Income Housing Coalition

FHFA Directs Fannie, Freddie to Pay Into Housing Trust Fund
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FHFA Directs Fannie, Freddie to Pay Into Housing Trust Fund

At long last, the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) is on its way to getting its... More

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Ferguson Tragedy Reflects Poverty's Push to the Suburbs

The aftermath of this tragedy has helped shine a spotlight on an issue that many in the housing community grapple with everyday—the continuing shift of poverty from the nation’s inner cities to the suburbs. More

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Top 10 Metros with Highest May Rent Growth

Rent growth momentum continued in Odessa, Texas as it held steady as the No. 1 rent growth metro, according to a recent report released by the Dallas-based research firm Axiometrics. More

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Housing Finance Reform Plan Released

Johnson-Crapo housing finance reform proposal funds National Housing Trust Fund, eliminates GSEs. More

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Federal Budget: It Could've Been Worse for Housing

What's in the omnibus bill for housing? A mix of good and bad, according to housing leaders. More

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Bill Seeks Funds for Housing

The Common Sense Housing Investment Act would replace the mortgage interest deduction with a credit to provide resources for affordable housing. More

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Housing Moves Further Out Of Reach

A minimum-wage worker in Hawaii must hold down 4.4 jobs to afford a modest apartment, according to the latest report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition. More

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Affordable Housing Gap Found in Every State

There were just 3 million units that were affordable and available to 10.1 million extremely low-income renter households in 2011. More

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Mixed Income, Mixed Results: The One-for-One Debate

The HOPE VI program's focus on mixing incomes and reducing density resulted in the loss of more than 100,000 units of affordable housing, a lesson HUD has taken to heart. More

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Mixed Income, Mixed Results: The One-for-One Debate

The HOPE VI program's focus on mixing incomes and reducing density resulted in the loss of more than 100,000 units of affordable housing, a lesson HUD has taken to heart. More

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