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Out of Reach: The Housing Wage in Context

Yesterday, NLIHC released¬†Out of Reach 2012: America’s Forgotten Housing Crisis.¬† This report highlights the gap between wages renters actually earn, and what they would need to earn to afford the rent and utilities for a modest two-bedroom apartment in their state. 595 more words

Inside NLIHC

John Henneberger reblogged this on Texas Housers and commented:

On Wednesday TxLIHIS released Texas data from the annual national study of housing affordability "Out of Reach" prepared by the National Low income Housing Coalition. The press conference on Capitol Hill on the occasion of the release provides important and interesting context to the study, the housing crisis faced by the poor and working poor and the Obama Administration's approach to solving it.

HUD's Worst Case Housing Needs Report for 2009

According to a new report from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the number of renters facing the worst need for housing increased from 5.91 million to 7.10 million people from 2007 to 2009.  259 more words

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