Blog Post
Jun25

JCHS’ State of the Nation’s Housing 2019 Report Shows that Renters Remain Widely Cost Burdened Even as Burden Rates Declined Slightly

Today the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released the State of the Nation’s Housing 2019, its annual assessment of the housing market, demographic trends and the housing challenges faced by U.S. households.
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Enterprise in the News
Apr10

Sean O'Hagan of the Enterprise Housing Credit Investments team talks in the Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits about the revitalization of Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, including market-rate and affordable housing, a grocery store, an educational facility, co-working office space, a restaurant and more.
Enterprise in the News
Oct25

Affordable Housing Finance talks to Scott Hoekman, president and CEO of the new entity Enterprise has set up to underscore and enhance our work with the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. Over 30 years, Enterprise has deployed $14 billion in Housing Credit capital to help finance 154,000 homes.
Blog Post
Sep19

GAO Releases Report on Housing Credit Development Costs

Yesterday the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report on Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) development costs, which analyzes total development costs in Housing Credit properties across 12 allocating agencies between 2011 and 2015.
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Sep07

New Report Finds Reasonable Development Costs in Housing Credit Units Nationwide

Today the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) published a new report, Variation in Development Costs for LIHTC Projects, which analyzes total development costs in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) developments nationwide.
Blog Post
Jun14

NLIHC Report Documents the Gap between Wages and the Cost of Rental Housing

The report, which documents the gap between wages and the cost of housing, and breaks down and maps housing wage data by state, metropolitan area and county, also points out that in no jurisdiction can a worker earning the federal or prevailing state minimum wage afford a two-bedroom rental home at FMR by working a standard 40-hour week.