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Research Roundup: The Latest Industry Reports on the Affordable Housing Shortage, Income Verification, and National Homelessness Rates
New NYC Affordable Housing Must Come With Internet Service, City Says (NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation & Development)
From Next City: During the presidential campaign last summer, Joe Biden released a “Plan for Rural America” calling for an investment of $20 billion to expand broadband internet access in rural communities, where, the plan noted, residents are 10 times more likely than urbanites to live without a high-speed internet connection. But even in America’s biggest cities, broadband access is not...
Next week, CLPHA will be participating in a PIH industry call that will feature a representative from the Department of Treasury to discuss the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP). ERAP received $25 billion in the pandemic relief package enacted in late 2020 and an additional $22 billion in the American Rescue Plan.
Affordable Housing Finance Covers CLPHA Executive Director Sunia Zaterman's Meeting with HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge
Last week, CLPHA Executive Director Sunia Zaterman and other leaders from public housing industry groups met virtually with HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge to share with the Secretary our priorities and goals for the new administration, and Zaterman discussed the meeting in an Affordable Housing Finance article.
Tomorrow, HUD is publishing a Federal Register notice that announces the Department’s withdrawal of HUD’s 2019 proposed rule on changes to the treatment of mixed status households receiving fe
ACTION ALERT: TELL YOUR SENATORS THAT HOUSING AUTHORITIES NEED EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE IN THE SENATE STIMULUS BILL
ACTION ALERT: Tell Congress That Housing Authorities Need Additional Housing Assistance in the Next COVID-19 Economic Relief Bill
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