On the House Blog Celebrates One Year

August 7, 2015 | by Michael Wilt

Categories: Affordable Housing, Housing Matters

A year ago, TSAHC launched the On the House blog. In the first entry, we stated, “Our purpose with this blog is to share information that helps all of us confront Texas' affordable housing shortage head-on" by delivering content that would "tackle important housing issues, provide an inside look into our programs, and share other valuable resources." We hope you feel we are meeting that objective.

To mark our blog’s birthday, we would like to share links to the resources we turn to for news related to housing and research that shows how housing impacts the lives of everyone.

What do you want to know?

As On the House enters its second year, we will continue to strive to deliver the most valuable information on topics relevant to housing, the industry and related issues. If there is a program or issue you’d like to learn more about, let us know. We want to provide content that interests our readers.

As we did in our first blog entry, we again extend an invitation to drop by On the House every week as we tackle important housing issues, provide an inside look into our programs, and share other valuable resources. We encourage you to sign up to receive the blog if you haven’t, and share the blog with other people who may be interested in the topics we cover. 

Here’s to another successful year for On the House.

On the House blog posts are meant to provide general information on various housing-related issues, research and programs. We are not liable for any errors or inaccuracies in the information provided by blog sources. Furthermore, this blog is not legal advice and should not be used as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed professional attorney.



Julie, thanks for your kind words and for making us aware of the Fed Communities resource!

Michael Wilt and Katie Claflin

Julie Gunter

Thanks for including us in your outstanding list of housing-related resources, TSAHC! If I may, another great Fed resource for research and data on Place-based Community Development is http://www.fedcommunities.org. This portal has all of the ComDev resources from all 12 Fed Districts and the Board of Governors. Thanks again and congrats on your first anniversary of the blog. Keep up the good work, we really enjoy your posts!

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