A growing number of working families are struggling to find housing they can afford. Federal, state and local governments must reduce barriers to developing more rental housing and leverage the strength of the private sector to both produce new housing and preserve existing apartments. Read our Fact Sheet to learn more.
As states begin to open enrollment, NMHC remains engaged with Congress and the Treasury Department to ensure the program is administered in an efficient and effective manner that works for both residents and property owners/managers.
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Better Policy Would Deliver Relief For People Affected By The Crisis
Without long-term solutions to support renters affected by COVID-19, our nation’s economic crisis threatens to become a housing crisis that could rival the crash of 2008. A protracted eviction moratorium is not the solution, however.Read Factsheet
More information on affordable housing, in addition to the NMHC/NAA viewpoint.Read More
The Housing Affordability Toolkit helps guide discussions regarding specific housing affordability policies, tools, and incentives. It is divided into six sections and each section delves into a specific component of addressing the affordability challenge.