Representatives will vote on amendments to protect 2016 and future funding of the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) the week of June 1st. Call today!
United for Homes (UFH) May 15th letter to the House of Representatives explains H.R. 1662, the Common Sense Housing Investment Act of 2015.
The MIDotaur Show: Mythbusting in the Morning is a humorous interview that debunks many common misconceptions about the mortgage interest deduction.
House appropriations bill for HUD passed April 29th by the THUD committee would remove essential components of the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF).
Changes in the MID, phased-in over five years, would raise $230B in revenue over ten years which should be directed to the NHTF.
The NJ Department of Community Affairs will be the designated entity chosen to be the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) grantee.
With the new resources generated by Mr. Ellison’s bill, we can end homelessness by ensuring that they have a decent, stable, and affordable home.
The Common Sense Housing Investment Act of 2015, would invest more than $200 billion over ten years to expand the supply of affordable rental housing.
Within 30 days, states are required to inform HUD if it intends to be a NHTF grantee, and the name of and contact at the agency. NJ has not done this.
The FT16 Budget estimates that $120 million will be available for distribution for the NHTF and $64 million for the Capital Magnet Fund in early 2016.