“It Would Actually Be Very Simple to End Homelessness Forever” by providing the homeless with homes and funding the National Housing Trust Fund.
One day United for Homes will be viewed as a groundbreaking movement that initiated America’s most substantial investment in affordable rental homes.
We need to visit, call, fax and email our members of Congress to let them know that the budget cuts approved by the House are unacceptable.
The Johnson-Crapo bill would provide a dedicated source of revenue for the National Housing Trust Fund estimated to be $3.75 billion a year.
The National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty (NLCHP) has released No Safe Place: The Criminalization of Homelessness in U.S. Cities.
FHFA Director Mel Watt may lift the temporary suspension on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s obligation to provide funds to the NHTF in 2014.
Maxine Waters released the “Housing Opportunities Move the Economy (HOME) Forward Act of 2014.” which would fund the National Housing Trust Fund.
NHTF was owed in 2013 is $761M which would result in $30M for NJ for homes we can all afford and ensure that everyone has a place to call home.
Tax Reform 2014 proposes to lower the mortgage interest deduction to $500,000 to lower taxes instead of funding the National Housing Trust Fund.
Roman made the point that we are “not increasing income enough” to truly help homeless families move out of poverty and that rapid re-housing works.