About   NYSAFAH
Formed in 1998, the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH) is the trade association for New York’s affordable housing industry statewide.
Our 375 members include for-profit and nonprofit developers, lenders, investors, syndicators, attorneys, architects and others active in the financing, construction, and operation of affordable housing. Together, NYSAFAH’s members are responsible for most of the housing built in New York State with federal, state, or local subsidies.
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"Nobody can have stability in the streets or in a shelter. Everything changes when you have a place to stay."

Jaime Ernesto and Michael: Afghanistan veteran, Michael, who works for the Mayor's Office of Veteran Affairs in New York, talks to fellow veteran, Jaime about the apartment Michael helped Jaime Ernesto find after he returned from Iraq.

Latest   News VIEW ALL
Building a Future for Low Income New Yorkers»

"Now is the time to put those resources to work by moving past anti-development attitudes that have distorted the conversation around affordable housing for too long."

  • Jolie Milstein
  • 02-23-2017
NEW REPORT - The Economic Impacts of Affordable Housing»

The report done by HR&A Advisors for the New York State Association For Affordable Housing found that statewide affordable housing efforts between 2011 and 2015 generated $54.5 billion in total economic impact.

  • HR&A Advisors, Inc.
  • 02-17-2017
  • 01-20-2017
Conference &   Events VIEW ALL
Rochester Redwings Game & Dinner
  • June 8, 2017

6:00 PM - Gate entry. Game at 7:05pm.

Summer Golf & Tennis Outing Benefiting NYSAFAH 2G
  • July 17, 2017

10:00 AM - Lake Isle Country Club, 660 White Plains Rd, Eastchester, NY. Details HERE.
(To register by credit card click HERE.)

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