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Dear Congress: Invest in Affordable Housing for Climate Change 6.29.2022

NHT is proud to sign on with 60 other organizations across the country and call on Congress to advance a comprehensive climate change package that includes investments to retrofit our nation’s rental homes to reduce energy costs and emissions and preserve affordable housing.

Read the full letter below:

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.  

"Where Will We Live" featured in NALHFA's Affordable Housing Podcast 1.16.2020

Last month, Where Will We Live (WWWL) collaborated with the National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies (NALHFA) on the latest episode of their Affordable Housing Podcast.

The "Where Will We Live?" Storytelling Toolkit is now available 1.14.2020

The stories in the Where Will We Live? gallery paint a vivid picture that helps to explain a complicated issue, demonstrating that a well-documented story can change perspectives and inspire action through empathy and shared experiences. This toolkit will help other housing advocates do the same.

Recommendations for Implementing the District’s Building Energy Performance Standard in Affordable Multifamily Housing 12.17.2019

NHT and HAND convened D.C. affordable housing advocates, developers, and owners to discuss how to implement the District’s new Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS) in affordable housing.

NHT Acquires new Community in Portsmouth, Virginia 12.17.2019

In mid-November, NHT Communities acquired Mt. Hermon Village in Portsmouth, VA, a 90-unit community built in 1982 under the HUD 202 Program, which is restricted to residents 62 and older.