Blog Post
Apr03

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.
Enterprise in the News
Apr03

Brian Rahmer, Enterprise VP of health and housing, talks with Curbed about what we learned from our recent survey of renters and medical professionals, and how the data will drive housing and health care solutions to create healthier residents and stronger communities.
News Release
Apr03

Renters Report Housing Costs Significantly Impact Their Health Care

A new national survey on the connection between homes and health finds that more than half of the 1,000 renters surveyed have delayed care because they couldn’t afford it and 100 percent of medical professionals surveyed have had at least some of their patients express concerns about affordable housing.