Affordable Housing Developers Look to the White House for Help

September 18, 2022
Kriston Capps & Sarah Holder - Bloomberg

Building new affordable housing has always taken a dizzying combination of funding sources to make the budget pencil out. Now the math has gotten even more complicated, as supply-chain disruptions, inflation and a shortage of construction workers drive costs up and extend development timelines.

“Everything is taking longer,” says Aaron Pechota, executive vice president of development and head of affordable housing at the NRP Group, one of the largest affordable housing developers in the US. “Everything is getting more complex as you add more funding. And that all translates into higher costs, which ultimately translates into less units being produced.”


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