Housing Cost

$29.86

The current Housing Wage in New Hampshire

23,670

The number of new affordable homes necessary to address the economic needs of the state

0.6% Vacancy

New Hampshire lacks enough rental housing

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Cities are taking a fresh look at their zoning rules that spell out what can be built where and what can't. And many are finding that their old rules are too rigid, making it too hard and too expensive to build many new homes.

If you, or someone you know, are a NH homeowner having difficulty paying housing bills, visit http://HomeHelpNH.org to learn about the NH Homeowner Assistance Fund. Submit your application as soon as possible.

Read our press release at: https://www.nhhfa.org/nh-homeowner-assistance-fund-program-to-close-march-8/

WATCH: Last weekend, @HousingActionNH director @ElissaMargolin sat down w/ Senator Rebecca Perkins Kwoka and Fred Kocher to discuss #NH's affordable housing shortage - and solutions - on @WMUR9 NH's Business. #NHPolitics #NHHousing @TeamRebeccaNH

“It’s no longer a question of if we should do something, the question is rather what we should do and what would be the most effective.” -@ElissaMargolin

Read more in @ConMonitorNews: #NHPolitics #NHHousing

NH Senate President Jeb Bradley will talk 2024 housing legislation at the upcoming Stay Work Play Advocacy Committee meeting taking place at 8:30am, Friday, March 1, via Zoom.

If you care about housing affordability in New Hampshire, this is a discussion you won't want to miss!

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