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Our Mission

NAAHL’s mission is to expand economic opportunity through responsible private financing for affordable housing and inclusive neighborhood revitalization.

NAAHL was founded in 1990 as the national alliance of banks, nonprofits, and other private lenders and investors in affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization to share best practices and advocate for supportive public policies. NAAHL is the only national association that brings together banks, CDFIs and other capital providers for affordable housing and inclusive neighborhood revitalization.

We Connect

as a cross-sector network to share emerging challenges, opportunities and ideas. NAAHL is where experienced practitioners with diverse perspectives find common ground.

We Lead

as a united voice for bipartisan public policies and best practices to support financing of affordable housing and inclusive neighborhood revitalization. NAAHL works closely with policy makers and opinion leaders.

We Inform

as a one-stop resource for best practices, public policy developments, and data and research.

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NAAHL is the only national association that brings together banks, CDFIs and other capital providers for affordable housing and inclusive neighborhood revitalization. Learn more about how our members connect, lead and inform through our membership.
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NAAHL in the News

House Approves Tax Bill with LIHTC Expansion

By Buzz Roberts, The Buzz

Last night the House passed a bipartisan tax bill that includes the first major expansion of Low Income Housing Tax Credits since 2000, a major NAAHL policy priority. The 359-70 vote was overwhelming, but Senate passage is far from certain.

Success Stories

Community Preservation Corporation – Small Buildings: A Stabilizing Force for Communities

Small buildings are the foundation of the multifamily housing stock across New York State, and serve as a haven of naturally occurring affordability for low- and moderate-income renters. Investing in the quality and stability of the small building stock is critical to serving the needs of current and future tenants, and to promoting economic prosperity in neighborhoods large and small across the State.

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