A recent study from CommonBond shows that every $1 invested in eviction prevention activities yields $4 in social return in the forms of increased educational outcomes, lower healthcare usage, and decreased use of homeless shelters.
The Community Builders' Hillcrest Residences, a certified passive house wins 2018 AHF Readers' Choice Award for energy efficiency standards and green building principles that create an environment where residents can thrive
This week, three SAHF members were recognized for their efforts to bring quality, affordable rental homes to people across the country. All three properties serve as strong examples of how homes provided by high-capacity, mission-driven housing providers can make a different for individuals, communities, and our country.
As a mission-driven nonprofit affordable housing provider, CommonBond offers housing stability services to residents facing eviction. Their new study shows that every $1 they invest yields a $4 social return.
SAHF participated in the National Housing Conference's Opportunity Zones Task Force, which offered comments on how Treasury could offer guidance and exercise its statutory authority when implementing the Opportunity Zones program in order to prevent abuse and ensure the incentive benefits low-income people.