Nearly 19 million U.S. families pay more than half of their monthly income on housing, and are forced to make tough trade-offs – pay rent or buy groceries?
We can – and we will – end housing insecurity.
Housing insecurity ends with: Homes that are affordable to low-income individuals and families.
In 2015, we invested $4.8 billion to help create or preserve more than 18,200 affordable homes.
Housing insecurity ends with: Homes that are available in markets where the supply gap is growing.
Our latest policy recommendations focus on creating opportunity nationwide.
Housing insecurity ends with: Homes that are healthy and sustainable.
Our research underscores that affordable housing improves health care access and reduces costs.
Housing insecurity ends with: Homes that are connected to opportunity.
Our partnerships connect people to good jobs.
At Clinton Global Initiative America, Enterprise’s Terri Ludwig and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx agreed: equitable transit-oriented development (eTOD) matters.
A new report examines state policies for distributing Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, identifying leading approaches for balancing cost control with building quality and resident opportunity in affordable housing.
Ready to Respond Tools for Resilience was developed to help affordable housing organizations make their buildings resilient, prepare their staff to handle emergencies and ensure their residents remain safe. These strategies will help develop the resilience needed to adapt to future emergencies.
Donors help low-income families secure homes with access to health care, schools, transportation and jobs when they support Enterprise.
The Kresge Foundation has supported the creation of vital affordable housing while helping make communities more energy efficient and sustainable.
The generosity of the Annie E. Casey Foundation has been critical in efforts to create more than 6,000 new homes in Northern California.