2021 Gap Report from NLIHC Highlights Critical Shortfall of Affordable Housing in Nevada

The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) released “The Gap: A Shortage of Affordable Homes 2021” report, which emphasizes the inadequate supply of affordable rental housing in every state. According to the NLIHC, “the U.S. has a shortage of 6.8 million rental homes affordable and available to extremely low-income [ELI] renters, whose household incomes are at or below the poverty guideline or 30% of their area median income.” Inconsistent, unavailable

2021-03-30T20:36:19-07:0003/30/2021|Categories: Featured, Research and Reports|

National Low Income Housing Coalition Releases 2020 Out of Reach Report and Rental Assistance Research Note

The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) recently published its 2020 Out of Reach: the High Cost of Housing report, which found that Nevadans must earn $20.48 per hour to afford a two-bedroom unit at Fair Market Rent (FMR). Given that Nevada’s minimum wage is just $9.00, most renters are working multiple jobs, well over 40 hours per week, to afford a home. Housing is considered affordable when a household

2020-07-27T16:51:05-07:0007/27/2020|Categories: Research and Reports|

The Gap Report Highlights Critical Shortfall of Affordable Homes for Extremely Low-Income Households

“The Gap: A Shortage of Affordable Homes 2020” report indicates a persistent and growing shortage of affordable homes nationwide to extremely low-income (ELI) renters – those making 30% or below of AMI. These households – working families, seniors on fixed incomes, those affected by disabilities, and others – are vulnerable to homelessness, poor health, and myriad other complications and difficulties.  Nationwide, there are only 36 affordable and available homes for

2020-06-02T00:56:42-07:0003/10/2020|Categories: Research and Reports|

New Out of Reach Report Highlights Major Gap in Affordable Housing

“How much do you have to earn to afford rent and utilities on a modest apartment?”   The answers are provided on a national, and a state-by-state basis, by the National Low Income Housing Coalition’s 2019 “Out of Reach” report, which highlights the mismatch between the wages people earn and the price of decent rental housing in every state, metropolitan area, and county in the U.S. Nevada’s rankings place it

2020-06-02T01:45:59-07:0006/18/2019|Categories: Research and Reports|

First HANDPrint, Celebrating Nevada HAND’s Community Impact, Debuts

Nevada HAND is proud to premiere its first edition of HANDPrint, our community impact book. Inside, you'll see what we've done in 2018, including new property openings, residents served, community partners, our generous donors, and more. It's also an excellent opportunity to take a look at what we have coming up in 2019, and what to expect from Nevada HAND in its landmark 25th year of service to the Southern Nevada

2021-08-27T09:12:04-07:0004/13/2019|Categories: Corporate News and Press Releases, Research and Reports|
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