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April 3, 2019

Survey: When Housing Costs Undermine Health and Peace of Mind

More than half of the renters surveyed (54 percent) said they have delayed medical care specifically because they couldn’t afford it. The survey found the need for affordable homes that are healthy and connected to opportunity especially critical for survey severely cost-burdened survey respondents, who spend more than 50 percent of their monthly income on rent.
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April Updates on Opportunity Zones

After months of little to no updates on Opportunity Zones (OZs), there has been a flurry of recent federal activity. Within a short period of time the IRS released its second round of proposed OZ guidance, several major developments came from the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council, HUD released an overview of activities in OZs and a request for input, and important bipartisan legislation is reported to be advancing. In this blog post, we will review these developments and share information on how stakeholders can engage.
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Modest Funding Increases for Housing in Fiscal Year 2019; Budget Deal Needed for Fiscal Year 2020

Prolonged negotiations around fiscal year (FY) 2019 spending levels have finally come to a close, with Congress and the Administration approving a spending package that modestly increases spending levels on housing and community development programs. Lawmakers now need to raise the spending caps for FY 2020 to avoid budget sequestration.
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