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Advocates Guide to Housing and Community Development Programs

National Low Income Housing Coalition Advocate's Guide
NLIHC provides an overview of the programs and policies that provide affordable housing to low income families.
Author/Org: 
National Low Income Housing Coalition
Year: 
2014
Resource File: 
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PDF icon NLIHC 2014-Advocates-Guide.pdf3 MB
Categories: 
Building Owner Resources
Tags: 
Housing Regulation
State Policy
Local Policy
Federal Policy

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