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Statement from the National Housing Conference on the confirmation of Rep. Mel Watt as FHFA director
Statement from the National Housing Conference on the impact of filibuster reform on housing
Statement from the National Housing Conference on the re-proposed qualified residential mortgage rule
While serving summer vacationers across the country, many workers find housing unaffordable
NHC calls for renewed focus on critical housing challenges
NHC rejects the narrow, partisan House proposal on mortgage finance
Annual housing Gala and Policy Symposium draw hundreds of housing professionals for two days of celebration and conversation about the future of housing
George Mason University professor and researcher Lisa Sturtevant to serve as Center for Housing Policy director and vice president for research at NHC
NHC statement on June 2013 Corker-Warner mortgage finance reform bill
Housing cost burdens among working renters rise for third straight year; cost burdens remain steady but challenging for working owners.
A statement from Jeffrey Lubell on his departure from the Center for Housing Policy
Chris Estes, president and CEO of NHC, issued the following statement in response to Tuesday night’s State of the Union address by President Obama
A statement from Chris Estes, President and CEO of the National Housing Conference
Average moderate-income household in 25 largest U.S. metro areas spends nearly 60 percent of income on housing and transportation
Despite employment training and other programs, many veterans face housing affordability challenges
N.C. affordable housing leader Chris Estes to assume housing nonprofit’s top spot July 23
The United Voice for Housing honors organizations meeting the housing needs of America’s veterans
Over-65 population expected to grow by more than 120 percent by 2050; new report finds older population boom will worsen the nation’s housing affordability challenges
Shrinking incomes outpace falling homeownership costs; renters face rising costs on tightening household budgets
NHC, U.S. Green Building Council and 14 partners release recommendations for executive action to accelerate “greening” and improve sustainability in buildings
Despite falling home prices, retail workers remain priced out in most markets and struggle to pay rents
Leaders Honored at the New York Housing Conference and National Housing Conference 38th Annual Awards Program
HUD Releases Proposed HOME Rule Today
Housing leader to help guide transition in top spot at NHC
Housing for workers proves critical as rents in Washington remain among nation’s ten most expensive
Leadership Change Announced at NHC
Practitioners and policy makers headline slate of more than 40 sessions
NHC, foreclosure task force sign on to recommendations for jettisoning residential property inventory
Gala honoree speaks on the housing market's role in U.S. economic recovery
Latest data from all 366 U.S. metro areas indicate properties lingering in foreclosure inventory
Paycheck to Paycheck picks up coverage in regional news around the country
Housing for workers proves critical as home prices in Boston area soar more than 9% since 2010
Latest data show workers in the job sector with the most new hires are often priced out of housing
Green Retrofit Financing Forum aims to help developers and policymakers better understand finance options for “greening” existing affordable housing
NHC Policy Summit on Mortgage Finance Reform, annual Housing Person of the Year Gala get ink
Moving Forward explores housing trends, policy solutions for the future
Treasury official at summit says Administration is “seriously considering” concerns on proposed mortgage rules
Sister Lillian Murphy and Professor Nicolas P. Retsinas dedicated careers to shape housing policy
Affordable housing group hosts Policy Summit after marking 80th anniversary
Reviews of new research show how affordable housing supports stronger health and educational outcomes
Serious delinquency rates continue to show signs of stabilization in U.S. metropolitan areas
New report finds connections between housing affordability and unplanned moves, which may contribute to development problems for children
Lubell testifies before Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs.
Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary writes on affordable housing and quotes Landscape 2011 and Jeff Lubell.
The new data include an overview of how seriously delinquent mortgages changed between September 2009 to 2010.
The Role of Affordable Housing in Creating Jobs and Stimulating Local Economic Development: Evidence in Brief and its companion A Review of the Literature highlight several ways affordable housing development fuels economic growth.
NYHC and NHC host 37th Annual Awards Luncheon in NYC and honor William Frey with the Prestigious Clara Fox Award for his Outstanding Achievement
The new data include a comparison of metropolitan-area serious delinquency rates from June 2009 to June 2010.
Bring Workers Home Forum Convenes Local, State and National Housing Leaders in Hawaii to Discuss Core Issues Affecting Workforce Housing and Rising “Cost of Place”
With more than 25 years in the housing industry, Hanlon comes with a wealth of public, non-profit, and private sector experience, with a special focus on real estate development and management of complex projects
Ten key principles for supporting multifamily finance released today
The Center for Housing Policy, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and the Urban Institute have compiled and released the first data on seriously delinquent mortgages for all 366 U.S. metro areas
More than 200 federal, state and local leaders met in Denver to discuss how cities with rapidly expanding transit are balancing growth with preservation of affordable rental housing.
"Partners in Innovation" Symposium examines challenges and opportunties of developing affordable homes near public transportation
The Center for Housing Policy released a study finding that, on average, a newly built home selling for the median price in the state of California produced an estimated $375,699 in new economic activity in fiscal year 2009-2010.
The National Housing Conference announces a partnership with newly formed Young Leaders in Affordable Housing network
NHC and the Center Appoint Lynn M. Ross as new Chief Operating Officer
The Launch of NHC’s Housing Communications Network Includes an Impressive Panel of Experts Discussing How We Communicate about Affordable Housing in a Post-Housing-Crisis World
Austin Bring Workers Home Forum Draws Local, State and National Leaders to Discuss Workforce Housing Policies That Better Connect Affordable Housing, Jobs and Transportation
Today the National Housing Conference (NHC) and its research affiliate, the Center for Housing Policy, launched their new, online face at www.nhc.org.
With 2010 Foreclosures Predicted to Eclipse an Unprecedented 900,000 Repossessed Homes Last Year, New Funding to Help Provide Vital Stability to U.S. Neighborhoods and Families
Center for Housing Policy’s Jeffrey Lubell Keynotes NHC and NAR Forum Focused on Workforce Housing and Transportation Solutions
NHC and NAR Host 2010 Bring Workers Home Forum in Atlanta, Expert Speakers and Participants Focus on Affordable Workforce Housing Solutions
Partners in Innovation Forum Examines the Challenges and the Opportunities for Preserving Affordable Rental Homes in the Northwest and Nationwide
Partners in Innovation Forum Presents Ideas for Maintaining a Strong Affordable Rental Housing Stock That Also Improves Environmental Outcomes in Communities
"Boston Regional Challenge" Examines Combined Costs and Impact on Families, Neighborhoods and the Environment
Identifies Strategies to Ensure Affordable, Accessible Housing Connected to Vital Services for Older Adults – a Group Expected to Grow by 30 Percent in the Next 20 Years Alone
New Study Takes In-Depth Look at Housing Challenges of “Green Economy” Workers and Others, Comparing and Ranking Costs in More Than 200 U.S. Metro Areas with the Wages of Over 60 Occupations
Recognized and Respected Industry Expert Known for Legislative Advocacy, Policy Development and Coalition Building to Lead the National Housing Conference
Budget Focuses on HUD’s Key Strategic Goals, Including Strengthening the Nation’s Housing Market, and Meeting the Needs of Low- to Moderate-Income Families, Individuals, and the Homeless
Nation’s Largest Source of Private Grant Funds for Affordable Housing Selected to Receive One of the Most Recognized and Highest Industry Honors
Latest U.S. Housing Trends Reveal That Affordability Challenges Grow, Situation Likely to Get Worse Due to High Unemployment
Organization Chosen for Comprehensive “Building Green Communities” Model Focused on Providing Safe, Affordable and Environmentally-Friendly Urban Housing Solutions for Working Families
NHC Urges Congress and the Administration to Approve “Cash for Caulkers,” a Program That Would Help Create or Save an Estimated 360,000 to 500,000 Jobs, Among Other Impacts
New $500 Million Goldman Sachs "10,000 Small Businesses" Initiative Addresses Rising U.S. Unemployment that is Fueling the Foreclosure Crisis
Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Audit Finds No Need for Taxpayer Support – Toll of Housing Crisis on Agency’s Reserves Illustrates Its Pivotal Role in the Recovery
Secretary Donovan to Focus on Solving the Nation’s Housing Foreclosure Crisis, the Future of HUD and Addressing the Affordable Housing Needs of Families in New York and Nationwide
NHC Commissioned Industry-Wide Taskforce Outlines "Ten Key Principles" for Repairing the U.S. Mortgage Market and Addressing Soaring Home Foreclosure Rates
Prepared in Response to the U.S. Senate’s Introduction of the Livable Communities Act of 2009