NHPD Data Indicates Loss of Affordable Housing Units in the Next Five Years

September 28, 2017
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According to data recently released, the National Housing Preservation Database (NHPD) shows that 488,332 federally assisted apartments or rental homes will reach the end of their current subsidy contracts and affordability restrictions for low-income families in the next five years. Nearly one in four of these units are funded by LIHTCs. Recently updated, the database allows users to estimate the size of the affordable housing stock in local areas and identify properties at risk of leaving the publicly assisted housing stock, and develop preservation strategies.  

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