National Low Income Housing Coalition
Rental Assistance Still Not Reaching Tenants in Need
Federal funds meant to help renters during the pandemic are still stuck in bureaucratic limbo as the end of the latest eviction moratorium looms in early October.
Mapping the Vast Differences Between Wages and Rental Costs
Comparing rental housing costs to wages reveals just how out of reach the housing market is for low-income earners.
The Eviction Crisis Is Already Here
Without rent relief from Congress, the recent wave of evictions could become a tsunami, according to housing advocates.
Pension Funds Can Save Affordable Housing
New York demonstrates how pension funds can be a major source of financing for affordable housing.
N.J. Supreme Court Wisely Rejects Gov. Christie's Attempt to Dismantle Mount Laurel Ruling
The New York Times editorial board praises the Sept. 26th decision of the N.J. Supreme Court to uphold the 1983 landmark, affordable housing, anti-exclusionary zoning principles known as Mount Laurel and reject the appeal by Christie and 11 towns.
Mapping the Myth of Affordable Housing
The National Low Income Housing Coalition has recently released a map showing their state-by-state findings on housing affordability. And, in no state was a 40-hour work week at minimum wage enough to pay for a two-bedroom unit at Fair Market Rent.
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