To truly address the acute need for affordable rental housing and the epidemic of homelessness, we must fully fund housing and homeless programs.
NJ’s delegation voted along party lines with Representative Chris Smith (R-4) voting “no” along with all of the Democrats on the FY16 THUD Budget.
The Housing and Community Development Network of NJ released the 2015 Out of Reach Report at a press conference held at Kilmer Homes on May 19, 2015.
In order to afford a two-bedroom apartment at far market rent in New Jersey in 2014, a family needed to earn an hourly housing wage of $25.17.
The Housing and Community Development Network of NJ and Monarch Housing will release the 2015 Out of Reach results on May 19th at Kilmer Homes.