Yesterday the newly-launched J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families released The Silent Housing Crisis , a white paper documenting the considerable housing challenges facing the nation and generating a call to action by the nation’s political leaders. My somewhat far more rigorous statistical analysis of Eric’s information tends to agree that high incomes are driving median rent increases rather than housing inventory, but employment also appears to be driving rents. So, in an effort to expand our personal content material on and showcase these authentic student and employees experiences, we’re hosting Takeover Tuesday on our UGA Housing Instagram account. Unless of course, the accurate motive was to make it harder for such people to claim complete housing advantage.
Either of these earlier proposals would have made a considerable good impact in the lives of the households and folks across Washington who are homeless or at danger of becoming so – but the Republican-controlled State Senate refused to give either proposal critical consideration beyond a cursory public hearing. Stay tuned for a lot more from me on the Housing Alliance’s Board Advocacy Project, our Tookit to Combat the Stigma and Criminalization of Homelessness, plus crucial action alerts throughout the … READ MORE