Source: NLIHC calculation of weighted-average HUD Fair Market Rent. Affordable rents based on income and benefits data from BLS QCEW, 2020 adjusted to 2022 dollars; U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, March 2022; and Social Security Administration, 2022 maximum federal SSI benefit for individual.
NLIHC Participates in White House Summit on Emergency Rental Assistance and Long-Term Eviction Reform
The White House and the U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) hosted a virtual summit, “Building Lasting Eviction Prevention Reform,” on August 2. The summit addressed ways to build on the…August 8, 2022
Treasury Issues New Guidance on Using Unobligated ERA2 Funds for Affordable Rental Housing and Eviction Prevention Purposes
The U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) published guidance on July 27 on the use of emergency rental assistance funds provided through the “American Rescue Plan Act” – referred to as “ERA2” –…August 8, 2022
ERASE Cohort Member Releases Report Revealing Evictions’ Disparate Impact on Black, Latino, and Female-Headed Households in Connecticut
The Connecticut Fair Housing Center and CT Data Collaborative released a report, “Exposing Connecticut’s Eviction Crisis: Understanding the Intersection of Race and Sex in Connecticut’s Eviction…August 8, 2022