Rental Housing Assistance: The Crisis Continues : the 1997 Report to Congress on Worst Case Housing Needs
United States. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research
Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1998 - Housing policy - 59 pages
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1995 American Housing 30 percent additional Administration affordable American Housing Survey Annual area median income assisted housing Congress continued costs Crowded cutoffs developments disabilities dropped Earnings economic elderly estimates Exhibit expand extremely low extremely-low-income renters families with children Federal housing Federal preferences Finding full-time growth Head HOME households with worst housing assistance housing needs Housing Problems HUD-PD&R tabulations Inadequate Housing incomes below 30 increased least limits living Low Income million minimum wage Moderate Physical Problems number of households owners percent of area percent of households percent of median persons poor poverty Priority Problems programs projects public and assisted public housing Rated receiving reform Relative Rent Burden rental assistance rental units require serve Severe Physical Problems Source subsidy Suburbs Table Tax Credit tenant-based Thousands very-low-income renters welfare West worst case housing worst case needs