The budget proposal includes a record $50 million for affordable housing programs, a good start in creating new strategies and funding to benefit the most vulnerable residents, says Enterprise VP Jennie Rodgers.
Ana I. Bonilla has joined Enterprise’s Pacific Northwest team as a state and local policy fellow. A Los Angeles native and a recent transplant to the greater Seattle area, Bonilla will use her vast experience to lead Enterprise’s policy work in Washington and Oregon.
Today the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released the State of the Nation’s Housing 2018, its annual assessment of the housing market, demographic trends and the housing challenges faced by U.S. households.
Enterprise congratulates San Francisco Mayor London Breed on her historic election, and we look forward to working together to ensure everyone in San Francisco lives in a quality home that is affordable and connected to opportunity.
A new Enterprise white paper highlights proven strategies for boosting the supply of affordable housing and reducing costs. It draws on the successes of some of the country’s most expensive areas to offer guidance to communities working to address the scarcity of affordable homes and the rising cost of development.
Mid-Atlantic policy director Melissa Bondi tells Washingtonian magazine that Amazon considering the region for its HQ2 has inspired new conversations about the need for better affordable housing solutions.
This morning, Terri Ludwig, Enterprise’s CEO, testified before Congress on the new Opportunity Zones provision that was included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Read more about the hearing and Enterprise's role in the implementation of this new tax incentive.