News & Updates

February News:

 

NAHRO News:

Black History Month: Looking Back As We Journey Forward

HUD to expand fair housing protections for transgender people

Internal report cites HUD for lead poisoning in East Chicago, Ind., children. More could be at risk.

 

National News:

Housing is miles away from being affordable, these builders are changing the game

How zoning can restrict, or even prevent, affordable housing (Video)

Lafayette Housing Authority again looking for new leader as redevelopment proceeds

Tiered supports offer landlords a cost-effective way to help vulnerable tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic

We have to close the eviction data gap

Covid-19 caused a recession. So why did the housing market boom?

Moving from the inequitable housing system we have to the housing system we need (Op-ed)

‘Bad news ever since’: After eviction, the struggle to find a new home

Pandemic’s toll on housing: Falling behind, doubling up

Fayetteville residents in need of rental assistance can now apply for help in NWA

The stimulus relieved short-term pain, but eviction’s impact is a long haul

What is the Faircloth Amendment?

Why can’t the government stop evictions?

COVID crisis underscores need for ‘fundamental’ US housing reform

Mobile home dwellers hit even harder when facing eviction

America’s racist housing rules really can be fixed

For people who experience homelessness, art catalyzes economic mobility and rewrites the narrative

These buildings combine affordable housing and vertical farming

White Americans confront legacy of housing discrimination (Video)

State News: 

A Message to NAHRO Members in Texas

La Joya Housing authority embarks on $250K roofing project

Texas tenants behind on rent will soon be able to seek aid from $1.3 billion assistance program

Plano Housing Authority makes headway on affordable housing community with zoning approval

Through chattering teeth, Texans criticize extended power outages

Texas homeless face limited options for food and warmth amid winter storm

Frozen, burst pipes force hundreds from Dallas-area apartments, saddle tenants, owners with huge expenses

Freezing temperatures are dangerous for homeless people. Shelters are urging Texans to come in off the streets.

Incoming developments represent good start towards solving San Angelo housing challenges

 

 

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