For families already struggling to pay the rent each month, one unexpected life event could mean losing everything. And unforseen challenges are becoming all too common in the face of a pandemic and increasing climate disasters.

Climate, health and economic shocks are devastating to communities. We provide strength to people and places so they can both withstand and recover from disasters.

Advancing Economic Mobility

Americans with the lowest incomes only have a 30 percent chance of ever earning a middle-income wage, and Black Americans are more likely than their white peers to experience downward mobility.

Building Resilient Futures

No two disasters are alike, but people whose lives and homes are affected all need the same thing – a safe and secure future, starting with an affordable home built to be resilient.

Helping Communities Recover and Rebuild

We raise critical funds, build temporary homes and help mitigate the disproportionate impact climate change has on communities of color.

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Blog Post
Aug05

No Tenure Trends Report this Quarter – And Here is Why

In place of Enterprise's quarterly Housing Tenure Trends Report, the Enterprise Policy Development and Research team examines how a suspension of in-person interviewing for the Census Bureau's Housing Vacancy Survey reduced survey response rates and called into question the accuracy of last quarter's homeownership and renter rates.
Blog Post
Jul13

Unpacking Racial Disparities in Property Taxes

A recent study found that Black and Hispanic homeowners pay 10-13 percent higher effective property taxes relative to white owners with similar homes in the same jurisdiction. This blog dives deeper into this issue, noting that such disparities are just another example of deep-seeded racial inequities in housing markets.
Blog Post
Feb27

2020 Election Update: Candidates Weigh in on Affordable Housing During South Carolina Debate

The 10th DNC debate included the cycle's second housing question. Enterprise Policy Fellow for 2020 Presidential Election Engagement Chris Whitmer rounds up how candidates responded.
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