Across Connecticut, the need for workforce and deeply affordable housing is ever present as the state continues to rebound from the recession and average rents often are beyond the reach of low-paid workers.
Endorsers of the United for Homes Campaign, launched by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, understand what it will take to increase access to affordable housing.
United for Homes works to achieve two goals:
- Funding for the National Housing Trust Fund and
- Changing the Mortgage Interest Deduction of the U.S. Tax Code to a Mortgage Interest Credit.
The Connecticut Housing Coalition, along with over 2,000 other state and national organizations, has endorsed the Campaign.
To learn more about United for Homes and how you can make affordable housing more accessible in your community, click on United for Homes Campaign.