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May 2020 News

NAHRO News

HUD’s Friday Call Review: Changes to PIC and REAC Reporting Requirements and Remote Video Inspections

NAHRO Presents Webinar on CARES Act Funding and Waivers

Admin Fee Set-aside Application Deadline Extended

Repositioning Webinar Series

Brian Montgomery Confirmed as HUD Deputy Secretary (log in required)

Chris Campbell Joins NAHRO for the Summer!

House Proposes Additional COVID-19 Housing, Community Development Resources (log in required)

HUD PIH Clarifies CARES Act Funding Timeframe Eligibility and Reporting Requirements

1st Round of CARES Act Admin. Fees Released

NAHRO in the News

 

National News

How Automated Background Checks Freeze out Renters

Public Charge Rule Compounds Coronavirus Concerns for Immigrant Communities

Released, Now What: The Intersection of Justice Reform and Housing in Response to COVID-19

What Happens When You Age out of Foster Care During a Pandemic?

Housing in Brief: Renters Struggle with Housing, Food, and Healthcare Costs

What the Pandemic Can Teach Us About Tackling Homelessness

How the Streets Got So Mean

Should Jobless Renters Be Evicted or Forgiven During Pandemic?

The ‘American Way of Life’ Is Shaping up to Be a Battleground

Bill Seeks to Provide $100 Billion in Emergency Rental Assistance

Cancel the Rent

Now Is the Time to Embrace Density (opinion)

Repurposing Underused Golf Courses and Retail Centers to Fill Affordability Gap in Housing

How Covid-19 Complicates Affordable Housing Initiatives

What Role Can Affordable Housing Play in the Economic Comeback?

Coronavirus Makes Cooling Centers Risky, Just as Scorching Weather Hits

KeyBank Doubles Down on Affordable Housing Commitment

Co-Living Brand Gets Into Workforce Housing

Hit by Covid-19, Affordable Housing Won’t Remain So Affordable in Times to Come

Making Apartments More Affordable Starts With Understanding the Costs of Building Them

The AHF 50: High Production (List)

What’s the Difference Between Affordable Housing and Housing Affordability?

A New Senate Bill Proposes $100 Billion for Emergency Rent Relief

Density Isn’t Easy. But It’s Necessary.

Economic Downturn Threatens Cities’ Plans to Sell Housing Bonds

How Tech Is Helping Local Leaders Rebuild During COVID-19

Public Housing Help: HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson Releases Emergency Funding

Can Affordable Projects Fill the Gaps With OZ Funds?

Empty Hotels May Be a New Affordable Housing Opportunity

‘Mass Evictions’ on the Horizon as US Confronts Coronavirus Housing Crisis: Advocates

State News

Homelessness Is Increasing in Austin, But So Is the Number of People Successfully Housed

Texas Joins South Carolina in Lifting Eviction Restrictions

San Antonio Housing Authority Expands Rental Assistance Funding

Fort Worth to Provide $15.4M for Rent, Utility Relief to Families Struggling Due to COVID-19

ICON Completes Series of 3D-Printed Homes for Homeless in Austin

 

 

 

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