Here’s a round-up of all Enterprise content—news, blogs, resources, etc.—on Public and Assisted Housing.

Blog Post
Mar09

Detroit’s Preservation Partnership Highlights Need for Federal Support on Housing Affordability

The city of Detroit has announced a federally-funded Preservation Partnership with Enterprise and other local affordable housing non-profits. The partnership will seek to identify apartment buildings that have low rents and help them be redeveloped in a way that preserves the affordability and prevents displacement. Evelyn Zwiebach, Enterprise Detroit Director for State and Local Policy, urges all Presidential candidates to commit to robust federal funding for critical affordable housing programs.
Blog Post
May10

Enterprise Joins Affordable Housing, Civil Rights, and Immigration Organizations in Opposing HUD Rule that Would Separate or Evict Mixed-Status Families

Enterprise joins housing, civil rights, social justice, faith-based, and immigration organizations in strongly opposing a HUD rule that would prohibit “mixed-status families”—households whose members have different citizenship and immigration statuses—from living in public and other subsidized housing.
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Blog Post
Apr26

HUD’s Proposed Rent Reform Would Increase Rents on HUD-Assisted Households

Yesterday the Trump Administration released a draft bill that would change the way rents for HUD-assisted households are calculated. These changes would increase rents, eliminate income deductions for health and child care expenses, and permit Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) and housing providers to implement work requirements and alternative rent structures on tenants.
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