A study by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) found that in the US, there is currently no affordable housing for people making less than $30,000 per year.
The study found that the average home cost $170,000, and that median income is just $23,400.
In a statement, the NLIHC said that it was a sign that the US was moving in the right direction towards ending its housing crisis.
“In the coming months, Congress will work with the administration to end housing discrimination in the country and provide real housing options for low-income families,” the statement said.
The NLIHH is a coalition of community-based nonprofit housing organizations that are committed to ending homelessness. “
We call on the administration and Congress to take the steps necessary to end the crisis in affordable housing.”
The NLIHH is a coalition of community-based nonprofit housing organizations that are committed to ending homelessness.
The organisation is one of the few organisations to have a long-term plan to end homelessness, and the coalition was launched in 2004.
But the coalition has struggled to keep pace with the housing crisis, with many people leaving the housing sector.
A 2016 report by the nonprofit Center for American Progress found that only 6% of people in the housing industry had been in their jobs for more than a year.
Meanwhile, a report released last year by the Center for the Study of the American Dream found that more than 90% of those with a college degree and a household income above $80,000 a year were not working.
For people living in poverty, the situation can be particularly difficult.
According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, over 20% of Americans living in the bottom 10% of income earners have been living in relative poverty since 2014.
Many people are not able to find a home due to housing discrimination, the study found.
According to the National Housing Trust, there are approximately 25 million households in the United States that have no homes at all.
The Coalition for the Homeless estimates that the number of homeless people in America is roughly double the number in 2011.