Resources in Response to COVID-19

Housing Cost

$23.43

The current Housing Wage in New Hampshire

Source: Out of Reach 2020 Report, National Low Income Housing Coalition

20,000

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

Source: 2019 Housing Market Reports, NH Housing Finance Authority

>2% Vacancy

New Hampshire lacks enough rental housing

Source: 2020 Residential Rental Costs Survey, NH Housing Finance Authority

Housing Action NH is a coalition of organizations united around a common vision that everyone benefits when all Granite Staters have an affordable place to call home.

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Sign up today for the 2020 BIA Forum on Workforce Housing #nhpolitics https://bianhassoc.wliinc23.com/events/2020-BIA-Forum-on-Workforce-Housing-405/details

On Green Street, high ceilings and low rent for the formerly homeless #nhpolitics https://www.concordmonitor.com/Homeless-housing-comes-to-Green-Street-37199019?utm_source=HeadlineAlerts&utm_medium=DailyNewsletter&utm_campaign=HeadlineAlerts

Sign up today for the 2020 BIA Forum on Workforce Housing #nhpolitics https://bianhassoc.wliinc23.com/events/2020-BIA-Forum-on-Workforce-Housing-405/details

Our Housing Relief Fund, which was designed to keep people from losing their housing and to secure or maintain permanent housing, remains open. Households unable to pay rent due to COVID related issues are eligible for these funds. Visit https://www.goferr.nh.gov/apply to learn more.

Letter: NH mayors ask governor for a statewide response to homelessness #nhpolitics https://www.seacoastonline.com/story/opinion/letters/2020/11/05/letter-nh-mayors-ask-governor-statewide-response-homelessness/6178333002/

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