The National Housing Preservation Database, maintained by NLIHC and the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC), is a tool for advocates to identify federally funded properties at-risk of being lost from the affordable housing stock as a result of expiring rent restrictions. The database was updated with new data in May. The data include updated subsidy and property information from ten HUD and U.S. Rural Development sources, and includes HOME assisted properties, Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) properties, and project-based rental assistance properties; an updated Summary Report of assisted property counts for every state and county; and new Data Notes documenting changes made to the database over time.
If you have questions about the database, contact NLIHC Vice President of Research Andrew Aurand at 202-662-1530 ext. 245 or Kelly McElwain, PAHRC's Database Manager, at 800-873-0242 ext. 259.
This resource is available at: http://www.preservationdatabase.org/