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The ‘A’ in Affordable Housing Also Stands for ‘Absolutely Indispensable.’

The ‘A’ in Affordable Housing Also Stands for ‘Absolutely Indispensable.’

A recent two-part series in the Hartford Courant branded Connecticut, “a state with more separate — and unequal — housing[...]
Where’s all the Affordable Housing?

Where’s all the Affordable Housing?

Fifty-eight percent of housing stock in Connecticut was built prior to 1969, according to the Partnership for Strong Communities. So[...]
June is National (Un)Affordable Housing Month

June is National (Un)Affordable Housing Month

June is national affordable housing month, but statistics tell the story. Thirty percent of Americans spend more than 30 percent[...]
In the World of Housing, Everything’s Connected

In the World of Housing, Everything’s Connected

The latest Connecticut state capital budget proposes no new bond authorizations for affordable housing development. At first blush, curtailing borrowing[...]
You’re Invited to Attend an Upcoming IForum

You’re Invited to Attend an Upcoming IForum

With affordable housing still lacking in the state, an upcoming IForum (hosted by the Partnership for Strong Communities) will explore[...]
Candidates Have Their Say on Housing

Candidates Have Their Say on Housing

On Friday October 19, the Coalition on Housing and Homelessness presented its 2019 legislative agenda and then opened the floor[...]
Affordable Housing Anyone Would Be Proud to Call Home

Affordable Housing Anyone Would Be Proud to Call Home

The HOPE Partnership is a longtime grantee of Liberty Bank Foundation and we’d like to register our strong support for[...]
U.S. Starter Homes Are Scarcer, Pricier, Smaller and More Run-Down

U.S. Starter Homes Are Scarcer, Pricier, Smaller and More Run-Down

So says the headline in today’s Bloomberg News. Housing affordability remains a top concern in Connecticut for young families and[...]
Why Johnny Can’t Rent

Why Johnny Can’t Rent

Here’s the eye-opening truth: 42 percent of Connecticut’s Millennials still live at home with mom and dad. How come? It’s[...]
Funding Refuge for Puerto Rican Hurricane Evacuees

Funding Refuge for Puerto Rican Hurricane Evacuees

Following Hurricane Maria last September, thousands of Puerto Ricans evacuated the island, many of them seeking refuge in Connecticut. Those[...]