NCSHA issued the following letter in response to the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s draft report on Housing Credit development costs, “Low Income Housing Tax Credit: Improved Data and Oversight Would Strengthen Cost Assessment and Fraud Risk Management.”
NCSHA Testimony, Comments, and Correspondence
NCSHA issued the following statement as the House Financial Services Committee began a hearing entitled “A Failure to Act: How a Decade Without GSE Reform Has Once Again Put Taxpayers at Risk.”
This is an open letter addressed to the Administration and Congress titled, “A Defining Moment for Housing Finance: The Need to Preserve Access and Affordability,” signed by twenty nine agencies of the GSE Reform Coalition.
NCSHA issued a statement as the House Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance holds a hearing on “The Cost of Regulation on Affordable Multifamily Development.”
On August 20, the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) submitted comments to HUD supporting the adoption of the Disparate Impact Rule.