Formed So Tenants Can Speak For Themselves

The National Alliance of HUD Teants (NAHT) is a multi-cultural, tenant controlled alliance of tenant organizations in privately owned multifamily HUD assisted housing.

Founded in 1991, NAHT is the first national membership organization of resident groups advocating for 2.1 million lower income families in privately-owned, HUD-assisted multifamily housing. Through NAHT, tenants have proven that united action can mount an effective campaign to save people’s homes.

We exist to preserve and improve affordable housing, protect tenants’ rights, develop tenant empowerment, promote resident control and ownership, improve the quality of life in HUD-assisted housing and to make HUD accountable to its constituents, HUD tenants.

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By Mary Bradley, Tenant Leader at Tecumseh Road Apartments in Syracuse NY The National Alliance of HUD Tenants meet to better understand the problems tenants are facing in their homes meaning apartment buildings, and having workshops to address how tenants can tackle these problems to solve them for the greater...

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April 26th, 2018 Elected leaders of the national US tenants union today denounced the housing bill proposed April 25 by HUD Secretary Ben Carson as a “vicious and cruel” assault on the poorest of the poor.     “Carson’s proposals will push millions of people from their homes.  Carson’s plan is...

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In its FY 2019 budget request, the Trump Administration has once again proposed radically deep cuts to the HUD budget, rent increases for millions of tenants, and bogus “work requirements” that will throw tens of thousands of people on the streets. While Trump’s cuts for 2019 may be “dead in...