Resources in Response to COVID-19

Housing Cost

$23.23

The current Housing Wage in New Hampshire

Source: 2019 Out of Reach 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

>1% Vacancy

New Hampshire lacks enough rental housing

Source: 2019 Residential Rental Costs Survey, NH Housing Finance Authority

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NH renters are ‘really, really struggling’ #nhpolitics https://www.nhbr.com/new-hampshire-renters-are-really-really-struggling/

NH Housing Appeals Board gets ready to open for business #nhpolitics https://www.nhbr.com/nh-housing-appeals-board-gets-ready-to-open-for-business/

Housing, utility assistance available as eviction moratorium expires #nhpolitics https://www.wmur.com/article/housing-utility-assistance-available-as-eviction-moratorium-expires/33016258

THREAD: As announced earlier this month, the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures ends tomorrow, July 1. To assist those who have struggled to pay rent, we have authorized $35M from #CARESAct funding. Call 2-1-1 or visit http://CAPNH.org to learn how to apply.

"Renters should be able to benefit from a $35 million fund Gov. Chris Sununu has authorized. The money comes from the federal CARES Act and is to be used for rent stabilization and housing support." #nhpolitics

https://www.laconiadailysun.com/news/covid-19/evictions-crisis-feared-if-unemployment-benefits-are-lowered/article_69693bc2-b65a-11ea-9660-97fc8ff405cb.html

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