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Vermont's Tight Rental Market

At the Housing Matters blog in Vermont, we learn of a new report highlighting the state’s tight rental market.

“Vermont was placed among states with the fewest apartments available for deeply low-income renters by a recent study from the National Low-Income Housing Coalition.  52 more words

Acute Affordable Housing Shortage for Lowest-Income Renters

A new and notable brief from the National Low Income Housing Coalition provides further evidence of the shortage of housing that low-income individuals and families can afford to rent. 790 more words

Reports

Welfare Learns from the Private Sector

The National Low Income Housing Coalition is an advocacy group.

As I read over their website two things stood out that stand in the way not only of true welfare reform but federal spending reform period. 247 more words

War On Poverty

Cost of Rental Housing Can Stretch the Family Budget

The Minimum Wage has been in the news quite a bit lately. Many are urging both states and the federal government to raise the wage… 744 more words

Research & Data

Out of Reach 2014

Out of Reach 2014
Source: National Low Income Housing Coalition

The signature finding of Out of Reach is the annual Housing Wage – the hourly wage a full-time worker must earn to afford a decent two-bedroom rental home at HUD-estimated Fair Market Rent (FMR) while spending no more than 30% of income on housing costs.

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Consumer Issues

Rent's Way Too High for Low-Income DC Residents

The National Low Income Housing Coalition celebrates the 25th anniversary of Out of Reach — its annual report on rental housing (un)affordability for low-income households. 688 more words

District Of Columbia