There are far more people who qualify than actually receive help. For subsidized housing vouchers, there is often a lottery. And your chances aren’t good.
Without affordable housing, I’m not sure how this would be possible. Affordable housing is a lifeline for families like mine.
Overall, this governor has chosen to ignore New Jersey’s affordability problem. NJ consistently ranks high in foreclosure and un-affordability.
Once Congress agrees on a top-line spending limit, the Appropriations Committees divide the top-line spending limit among their 12 subcommittees.
Given the pressing need for affordable housing in NJ and the executive branch’s failure to act, the courts are just where responsibility should lie.
Despite rising housing costs, the budget level funds housing with no dollars for the production of homes we can afford or to prevent foreclosure.
NJ Hill Day gives us the opportunity to push for our key priorities with Congress that can create homes people can afford and end homelessness.
The solution to homelessness is creating an adequate supply of permanent, affordable rental housing with available support services.
Christie isn’t picking this fight for any just cause; he simply wants towns to be able to exclude affordable housing.
Ensure there are fair options for everyone – homeless families, seniors, veterans, people with special needs and households at risk of homelessness.