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President’s Message: Looking Ahead 2.11.2020

This time of your year is about gratitude and thanks. I am immensely grateful to our residents who grant us the privilege to offer them a home; to our partners for their support, inspiration and friendship to increase our impact through collaboration; and to our amazing team at NHT for the dedication, passion, and creativity they bring to our mission and our work. Thank you. 

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It's Time to Reconsider How We Advocate for Housing 2.11.2020

The way we communicate has shifted drastically since 2010. In the last ten years, social media became the go-to platform for communication; digital resources outpaced print newspapers in the U.S. as a news source, and more people than ever are engaging politically online. Simply put, the playing field has changed for housing communicators.

Tell HUD Not to Turn its Back on Fair Housing 2.11.2020

In January, HUD published a proposed rule which would replace the affirmatively furthering fair housing (AFFH) rule adopted during the Obama Administration in 2015. 

BRIDGE Announces Completion of its First Solar Project 2.11.2020

BRIDGE Housing Corporation is proud to announce the completion of its first solar project under BASC Solar (BASC). BASC is short for BRIDGE Aggregate Solar Company, which was established to finance, install, and operate solar systems on the roofs of properties owned by Bridge Housing.

Jayachandran Testifies Before House Financial Services Committee 2.11.2020

On January 14, NHT President and CEO Priya Jayachandran t

Red Flags for Year 15 2.11.2020

NHT is alarmed by a growing trend of private investors in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) partnerships starting to systematically challenge the transfer rights of nonprofit general partners and disrupt the normal exit process, threatening the long-term affordability of properties and the well-being of residents with low incomes.  We have developed a “red flags” list to help Housing Credit developers and affordable housing stakeholders identify if a property approaching Year 15 may be at risk of a threat or dispute with an investor.