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Millions of Americans are suffering financially because of the lack of affordable housing. There is a severe rental affordability crisis in the United States. Poor families are being hit the hardest: An overwhelming majority spend more than half of their incomes on rent. Others live in substandard housing, or are homeless.

Housing: The Affordable Housing Reader ── The Business of Affordable Housing ── Affordable Housing in New York ── Housing Policy in the United States ── Public Housing Myths: Perception, Reality, and Social Policy ── Developing Affordable Housing: A Practical Guide for Nonprofit Organizations ── Neighborhood Success Stories: Creating and Sustaining Affordable Housing in New York

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Sections: Affordable Housing ── Homelessness ── Furniture ── Appliances ── Kitchen ── Evictions & Housing Stories

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Sections: Affordable Housing ── Homelessness ── Furniture ── Appliances ── Kitchen ── Evictions & Housing Stories

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Sections: Affordable Housing ── Homelessness ── Furniture ── Appliances ── Kitchen ── Evictions & Housing Stories

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Sections: Affordable Housing ── Homelessness ── Furniture ── Appliances ── Kitchen ── Evictions & Housing Stories

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Sections: Affordable Housing ── Homelessness ── Furniture ── Appliances ── Kitchen ── Evictions & Housing Stories


Evictions & Housing Stories
New York Times ── By EMILY BADGER and QUOCTRUNG BUI ── APRIL 7, 2018 ── In 83 Million Eviction Records, a Sweeping and Intimate New Look at Housing in America

NPR ── Pam Fessler ── January 9, 20184:52 PM ET ── Why Affordable Housing Could Become Harder To Find: Poor families in the United States are having an increasingly difficult time finding an affordable place to live, due to high rents, static incomes and a shortage of housing aid. Tenant advocates worry that the new tax bill, as well as potential cuts in housing aid, will make the problem worse.

NPR ── Pam Fessler ── March 29, 20167:02 AM ET ── Living From Rent To Rent: Tenants On The Edge Of Eviction: Every morning for weeks, Meagen Limes made the same phone call: to a court in Washington, D.C., to see if that day was the day she'd be evicted from her home. Limes faced eviction because she couldn't pay rent on her three-bedroom apartment in Southeast Washington, where many of the city's poorest residents live.


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