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NHT Updates

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:

President’s Message: Looking Ahead 12.17.2019

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. 

NHT Plans Development for new South Carolina Community 11.19.2019

In Spring of 2020, NHT Communities, in partnership with Cadence Development, will build a mixed-income multifamily rental community in Abbeville, SC. The Refinery, with a total of 60 units, will include 39 units reserved for families at 60% AMI, 12 units reserved for families at 50% AMI, and 9 units will have no income restrictions.

Hazel Hill Hosts Successful Health Fair 11.18.2019

This October, Hazel Hill Health Care Project hosted an onsite health fair with more than 15 health-related vendors – providing residents with free health screenings, information on how they can obtain insurance that relate to their needs, and an introduction to the many healthcare providers in their community.

NHT Performance Snapshot 11.4.2019

Take a look at NHT's recent accomplishments. 

NHT Joins Purple Line Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Collaborative 10.28.2019

Last week, JPMorgan Chase & Co. awarded a collaborative made up of National Housing Trust, Enterprise Community Partners and Latino Economic Development Center a $5 million, three-year grant to help expand access to economic opportunity for local residents and small business owners along the 16-mile Purple Line light rail corridor in the Greater Washington D.C. region.