HUD Reports Show HOME Units by State and Congressional District, and in LIHTC Projects

HUD’s Office of Affordable Housing Programs has released three “Ad Hoc HOME Reports.” One report shows the number of completed HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) units by state between the beginnings of the program in 1992 through 2016. The report provides a breakdown by rental units, homebuyer units, homeowner rehabilitation units, and tenant-based rental assistance. A second report shows HOME units completed by congressional district, and a third shows the number of HOME units in Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) properties, along with HOME funds disbursed in LIHTC properties. The LIHTC report covers the period 2010 through 2017.

These ad hoc reports are in addition to the regular HOME reports, which are on the right column of the HOME page on HUD Exchange.  The new ad hoc reports are at the end of the list of regular HOME reports.

More information about HOME is available on page 5-10 of NLIHC’s 2017 Advocates’ Guide. The 2018 Advocates’ Guide is available at: