WASHINGTON, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) has awarded Chester Hartman, Ph.
What does NLIH stand for?
NLIH stands for National Low Income Housing
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- Native Language Internet Consortium (est. 2005)
- National Land Improvement Contractors of America
- Nationwide Life Insurance Company of America
- National Livestock Identification for Dairy (dairy tagging; Canada)
- Non-Linear Inverse Dynamics
- Natural Language Interface for Databases
- Natural Language-Independent Engineering
- Non-Linear Integral Equation
- National Low Income Energy Consortium (est. 1986)
- Nothing in Life Is Free
- Natural Language Interface for Help (software)
- National Low Income Housing Coalition
- National Learning Infrastructure Initiative
- Nigerian Legal Information Institute
- Neighborhood List Interference Loading
- Nanotribology Laboratory for Information Storage and MEMS/NEMS (Microelectromechanical System/ Nanoelectromechanical System; Ohio State University)
- New Life Interfaith Ministries, Inc.
- Non-Linear Image Mapping
- NOAA Library and Information Network
- National Institute for Latino Policy (New York)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In New York, a modest two-bedroom apartment will require a renter to earn approximately $55,000 a year, only slightly less than the average wage, according to data from the National Low Income Housing Coalition and Occupational Employment Statistics.
Sean Carpenter began his career in real estate as an Acquisitions Officer for a national Low Income Housing Tax Credit syndicator, working on LIHTC transactions in the Southeastern and Northeastern regions of the United States.
From a new report (PDF) by the Center for Economic and Policy Research and the National Low Income Housing Coalition: According to the most recent Census numbers, in the past year, the number of renter households in the United States increased by nearly 1 million.
A report released yesterday by the National Low Income Housing Coalition shows that rents crept up again across Massachusetts over the past year, making it even tougher for low-income families to keep a roof over their heads.
The National Housing Trust Fund movement was launched in 2000 by the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
The concept of a minimum housing wage was developed by the US National Low Income Housing Coalition and is published annually in the US by the NLIHC as a way to draw attention to this economic issue.
Oregon has substantial rental housing problems compared with most other states, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition in Washington, D.