Funding Sources

  • A Regional Coalition for Housing (King County, Wash.)
    A quasi-governmental organization that helps suburban municipalities develop and preserve affordable housing.
  • Center for Community Change
    The Center’s Housing Trust Fund Project has been the leading, national source of information on housing trust funds throughout the country for nearly 30 years, and provides technical assistance to organizations and agencies working to create and implement these funds.
  • Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development
    A Washington, D.C., umbrella organization for city nonprofits engaged in community development. Led the successful campaign to secure $100 million in annual appropriations for the city’s housing trust fund.

Inclusionary Housing

  • Cornerstone Partnership
    A leading adviser on designing and implementing inclusionary housing programs, offering direct technical assistance, webinars and other resources.
  • Innovative Housing Institute
    An experienced nonprofit with an active board of national experts that provide technical assistance in planning for and implementing inclusionary housing.
  • NYU Furman Center
    Joint center of the New York University School of Law and the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service providing academic and empirical research on a wide range of housing issues, including inclusionary housing.

Public Land

  • Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing
    A developer of affordable housing in Arlington County, Virginia that built Arlington Mill Residences, an affordable housing property co-located with a new community center.
  • Coalition for Smarter Growth
    A regional advocacy organization in the Washington, D.C. metro area with expertise in public land and other land use policies that help create walkable, inclusive and transit-oriented communities. Closely involved in Washington, D.C.’s 2014 adoption of affordability requirements for city-owned surplus land.
  • Massachusetts Housing Partnership
    A statewide public/nonprofit affordable housing organization that works in concert with the Governor and the state Department of Housing and Community Development to help localities increase the supply of affordable housing in Massachusetts. Produced a guidebook for local governmental staff on using public land for affordable housing.
  • Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California
    A regional housing advocacy organization working at the local and state level to pass legislation that increases the use of surplus land for affordable housing as part of its “Public Land for Public Good” campaign.
  • Northern Virginia Affordable Housing Alliance
    A regional nonprofit organization working to create successful communities through affordable housing education and advocacy. Recently authored a primer on leveraging public land for affordable housing.

Rental Preservation

  • California Housing Partnership Corporation
    A private nonprofit organization that helps housing agencies and nonprofits preserve and expand the supply of affordable homes in California.
  • Chicago Rehab Network
    A citywide coalition of neighborhood and community-based development organizations advancing the development and preservation of affordable housing in Chicago and the state of Illinois through training, technical assistance, research and advocacy.
  • Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC)
    Massachusetts’ public-private community development finance institution that provides technical assistance, pre-development lending and consulting services to nonprofit organizations involved in affordable rental preservation and other community development activities.
  • Housing Justice Center
    A public interest advocacy and legal organization headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, formerly known as the Housing Preservation Project.
  • National Housing Trust
    A national nonprofit engaged in housing preservation through public policy advocacy, real estate development and lending. Website features a wealth of resources related to housing preservation, including best practices, case studies and additional resources.
  • The Network for Oregon Affordable Housing
    A nonprofit consortium of Oregon banks that administers the Oregon Housing Acquisition Fund and manages the Oregon Housing Preservation Project.
  • NYU Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy
    Provides academic and empirical research on a wide range of housing issues affecting New York City, and manages the city’s Subsidized Housing Information Project (SHIP) database.
  • Preservation Compact
    Brings together public, private and nonprofit leaders to address the loss of affordable rental stock in the greater Chicago area.
  • The Shimberg Center for Housing Studies at the University of Florida
    Provides data and applied research on housing preservation and development, and manages the Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse, which includes data on the subsidized housing stock in each Florida community. Also has produced an interactive map of preservation data collection efforts in each state.
  • Urban Displacement Project
    A multi-organization research and action initiative led by UC Berkeley to give communities in the San Francisco Bay Area more insight into where displacement is occurring, where it may next occur, and how to take effective action.

Voucher Mobility

Zoning Reforms