Resources in Response to COVID-19

Housing Cost


The current Housing Wage in New Hampshire

Source: Out of Reach 2021 Report, National Low Income Housing Coalition


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

Source: 2019 Housing Market Reports, NH Housing Finance Authority

>1% Vacancy

New Hampshire lacks enough rental housing

Source: 2021 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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This guide is based on feedback from renters, advocacy groups and other organizations across New Hampshire about the problems people face when trying to find, and hold onto, a place to live.

"Eviction cases are rising in #NH, but resources remain for tenants" via @Keene_Sentinel @CalebSymonsKS #NHHousing

Struggling to pay your rent, mortgage, or utilities during the COVID-19 pandemic? You may qualify for emergency assistance - #renthelp #homehelp #housing #NewHampshire

"Home-buying frenzy easing, but more housing needed" via @UnionLeader @mcousineauUL #NHHousing

Great to have Kim Bock from NHCORR and Barbara Heggie from 603 Legal Aid on our weekly Housing Matters call today to discuss recovery housing in #NH and the Child Tax Credit, respectively, with our members. #NHHousing @NHJustice4All

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