What Will Happen to Housing Funding in the Next 2 Years?

March 3, 2011 at 12:38 pm

Housing policy won’t be a top-line issue in the budget debates between President Obama and Republican lawmakers, but there’s lots at stake for some of the most vulnerable Americans. The good news is that, based on their initial moves, both sides support the idea of renewing rental assistance.  Beyond that, however, the focus is clearly on cutting housing programs. The only question is where and by how much.  Here are the emerging fault lines, in a guest blog post from me on the National Housing Conference’s Open House blog.

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Barbara Sard

Sard rejoined the Center as Vice President for Housing Policy in 2011 after 18 months as Senior Advisor on Rental Assistance to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan.

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