Here’s a round-up of all Enterprise content—news, blogs, resources, etc.—on the HOME Campaign.

Blog Post
Feb19

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.
Blog Post
Aug06

Senate Passes Bipartisan Minibus that Includes Funding for Important Housing Programs

On Wednesday, the Senate passed its bipartisan “minibus” spending package, H.R. 6147, with a 92-6 vote. The $154.2 billion package combined four separate spending bills for Fiscal Year 2019 (FY19), appropriating funding for the Departments of Agriculture, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Treasury, and the Interior.
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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.
Blog Post
Feb12

President’s FY 2019 Budget Request Would Cut Funding, Eliminate Programs

This morning the administration released the president’s fiscal year (FY) 2019 budget request, which proposes dramatic cuts to housing and community development programs across agencies, including the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the USDA Rural Housing Service, and the Department of Treasury.