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National Housing Trust Fund

The National Housing Trust Fund (HTF) is the first new housing resource since 1974 targeted to the building, rehabilitating, preserving, and operating rental housing for extremely low-income people.

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State Partner Project

The state coalition project seeks to improve and expand the capacity of state housing and homeless coalitions to educate, to be more actively engaged in educating, and to be more skillful in holding federal, state and local policymakers accountable for solving the housing problems of low-income people.

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Campaign for Housing and Community Development Funding

The Campaign for Housing and Community Development Funding (CHCDF) is an education, strategy and action hub led by NLIHC. The coalition of more than 70 national organizations work to ensure the highest allocation of resources possible to support affordable housing and community development.

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Opportunity Starts at Home

Opportunity Starts at Home is a long-term, multi-sector campaign to meet the rental housing needs of the nation’s low-income people.

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Disaster Housing Recovery

Learn more about efforts to restore affordable housing after natural and man-made disasters, including the latest on Hurricane Florence and the 2017 disasters.

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Our Homes, Our Voices

It’s time to act - to raise our voices not only to protect vital affordable housing programs but to expand them so that everyone, especially those with the lowest incomes, has an affordable place to call home.

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Our Homes, Our Votes

Affordable homes are built with ballots every bit as much as they are built with bricks and drywall. Start planning your Our Homes, Our Votes campaign today.

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Future of Housing Finance

The Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac), collectively known as the government sponsored enterprises, or GSEs were established by Congress to provide liquidity and create a secondary market for residential mortgages, both single-family (one- to four- units) and multifamily (five or more units).