National Low Income Housing Coalition

rent, Atlanta, inflation, Congress, Phoenix
Jun 20, 2023

Eviction filings are 50% higher than they were pre-pandemic in some cities as rents rise

After a lull during the pandemic, eviction filings by landlords have come roaring back, driven by rising rents and a long-running shortage of affordable housing.

affordable housing, Glendale
Mar 27, 2023

Ground broken on first complex utilizing state affordable housing tax credit

Construction is underway on an affordable housing complex funded in part by a state low-income housing tax credit and lauded by state and local officials who gathered at the building site Friday.

rent, Hobbs, veto, Kaiser, Epstein
Feb 21, 2023

Phoenix urged to pass ordinance prohibiting discrimination against some renters

Residents who have struggled with high rent in America’s fifth-largest city are calling on city officials to address discrimination against renters who receive public assistance. Carla Naranjo, a coordinator with the nonprofit Unemployed Workers United, is urging the Phoenix City Council to pass an ordinance that would prohibit landlords from rejecting renters who rely on Section 8 housing vouch[...]

sustainable, ASU, homes
Aug 15, 2022

3D printing and foam: Arizona organizations make homes more sustainable

Amid global climate change and a chronic shortage of affordable housing, local construction companies and nonprofits are taking innovative steps to make homes more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable.

Sep 2, 2020

CDC order gives new protections from eviction

A new federal directive could provide Arizona renters with protections even if the state Supreme Court rules that an anti-eviction order by Gov. Doug Ducey is illegal and unenforceable.