Keith Wardrip, Research Analyst
Danilo Pelletiere, Research Director
Sheila Crowley, President
Each year Out of Reach brings to the attention of federal, state and local policymakers, housing advocates and the public the stark contrast between the nation’s housing needs and the persistent gap between what hard working Americans earn and what they must spend in order to obtain decent housing. As this year’s report highlights, families all across the country are having to work two and even three jobs to be able to afford housing for their families and loved ones.
This edition of Out of Reach provides us with a stark reminder of the challenges confronting us and a tool with which to help undertake and address them.
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