MAHT has helped to preserve more than 9,700 units of at-risk housing as permanently affordable housing since 1983 by empowering low income tenants to save their homes, one building at a time.
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MAHT’s Resident Ownership Program has developed eight (out of 25 nationally) resident-controlled ownership models approved nationally by HUD since 1989. MAHT has also played a key support role for the National Alliance of HUD Tenants (NAHT), which has been staffed from MAHT’s Boston office since 1991. NAHT is the nation’s first membership organization for low income tenants in privately-owned, HUD-assisted housing and the only national tenant union in the US today.