Multifamily and Affordable Housing Resources for COVID-19

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As home-building professionals continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, NAHB is monitoring the changing landscape to provide members with the most up-to-date resources to weather the storm.

Multifamily builders, developers, owners and managers face some unique challenges related to the rental market. To help navigate the regulations surrounding assistance both for rental provisions and operations, NAHB has provided the following information.

NAHB also facilitates frequent calls for members of the Multifamily Council, Affordable Housing Group and Multifamily Leadership Board, which allow us to share information and best practices in these challenging times. For more information, contact multifamily@nahb.org.

Advocacy Efforts

Here are a few of the latest actions NAHB has taken to assist multifamily members:

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Mortgage Forbearance and Eviction Relief

Department and agency guidance to provide financial stability for home owners, landlords and tenants.

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Small Business Administration Loan Programs

Information and FAQs on funding available through the CARES Act to help manage payroll issues.

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FAQs for Multifamily Professionals

Coronavirus information and resources for multifamily builders, developers, owners and managers.

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<p>Resources and information to maintain business operations.</p>

Business Management

Business Management

Resources and information to maintain business operations.

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<p>Share mortgage assistance options and government relief programs.</p>

Support Your Customers

Support Your Customers

Share mortgage assistance options and government relief programs.

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Coronavirus Business Continuity
<p>Tools to help you advocate for housing in your community.</p>

Work with Your Local Officials

Work with Your Local Officials

Tools to help you advocate for housing in your community.

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