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For Immediate Release

National Housing Conference unveils new Housing Resource Center, redefining access to federal housing policy insights


Kara Beigay

(202) 466-2121, ext. 284

WASHINGTON, DC – The National Housing Conference (NHC) today announced the launch of its new Housing Resource Center, poised to transform access to federal housing policy information. This comprehensive platform serves as the penultimate destination for individuals and organizations seeking easy access to insights and resources in the realm of housing policy.

With more than 1,000 curated resources and growing, NHC’s Housing Resource Center provides access to an unparalleled wealth of knowledge. From research papers, case studies, and best practices to policy briefs, talking points, and FAQs to news articles, blogs, and podcasts, users will be a click away from a diverse array of materials designed to inform and empower.

“At NHC, we recognize the critical importance of informed decision-making in shaping effective housing policies,” said David Dworkin, NHC’s President and CEO. “Our new Housing Resource Center consolidates information from across the housing spectrum, catering to the diverse needs of policymakers, journalists, lenders, home builders, civil rights, consumer and affordable housing advocates, real estate professionals, nonprofit and for-profit housing development corporations, academics, and more.”

The Housing Resource Center serves as a comprehensive and centralized repository of legislative and regulatory developments, ensuring that users stay abreast of the latest changes and trends impacting the housing landscape. NHC’s Housing Resource Center equips users with access to the knowledge needed to navigate complex policy challenges and drive meaningful change.

“We are excited to provide a single, accessible platform that empowers stakeholders to play an active role in shaping the future of housing,” continued Dworkin. “By fostering collaboration and dialogue, we aim to create innovative solutions and advance equitable access to housing opportunities for all.”

Explore the NHC Housing Resource Center today and unlock the insights needed to make a difference in housing policy. The Housing Resource Center will remain accessible to all through June 30, 2024, after which it will become an exclusive benefit reserved for NHC members, policymakers, and academic researchers only. Visit to access this invaluable resource.


About the National Housing Conference (NHC): Founded in 1931, the National Housing Conference is the oldest and broadest housing coalition in America. NHC is a diverse continuum of affordable housing stakeholders who convene and collaborate through dialogue, advocacy, research, and education, to develop equitable solutions that serve our common interest—an America where everyone is able to live in a quality, affordable home in a thriving community. Politically diverse and nonpartisan, NHC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. To learn more about NHC, visit

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