The National Housing Preservation Database, maintained by NLIHC and the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC), is a tool for advocates and researchers 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 recently updated. The data include updated subsidy and property information from HUD, Treasury, U.S. Rural Development programs, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Section 8, Section 202 Direct Loans, Section 515, Section 514, Public Housing, and HUD insured mortgages. This latest update also includes new data on Public Housing REAC scores and buildings with 11 or more units assisted by Project-Based Vouchers and Mod Rehab.
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/