National Housing Conference

Trump Picks Carson for Top HUD Post
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Trump Picks Carson for Top HUD Post

Industry leaders react to the unconventional choice for HUD secretary. More

Why Is Affordable Housing So Expensive?
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Why Is Affordable Housing So Expensive?

An interactive tool shows what it takes to build affordable housing. More

Report: 1 in 4 Working Renter Households Face Severe Cost Burdens
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Report: 1 in 4 Working Renter Households Face Severe Cost Burdens

The Center for Housing Policy takes an annual look at the nation’s housing... More

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Health-Care Workers Struggle to Afford Housing

Despite a surge in demand for health-care workers, many in the field cannot afford housing, according to the Paycheck to Paycheck report. More

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Leadership Change at Maryland DHCD

Clarence J. Snuggs has been appointed acting secretary following the retirement of Raymond A. Skinner. More

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Affordability Crisis Continues to Take Toll on Americans

Nearly half of the nation’s renters are cost burdened, according to Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies. More

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Senate Committee Approves Housing Finance Reform Bill

The Senate Banking Committee approved the Johnson-Crapo bill, but it looks unlikely that Congress will pass the legislation this year. More

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Chris Estes Talks About the Road Ahead for Housing Advocacy Chris Estes Talks About the Road Ahead for Housing Advocacy

AHF recently caught up with Chris Estes, president and CEO of the National Housing Conference (NHC), to discuss the road ahead for the NHC and housing advocacy. More

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Big League Player Big League Player

Specializing in acquiring and rehabilitating neglected properties, the affordable housing company Omni has grown to become a major player. More

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Housing Affordability Improves, Burdens Remain

Nearly 6 million households spend more than half their income on housing costs, an improvement over 2011 but worse than in 2009 at the end of the recession, notes a new study from the Center for Housing Policy. More

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