NYSAFAH, New York State Association for Affordable Housing
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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Thank you to Ardent Construction for its Support!»

Ardent Construction & Development, Inc. is the first NYSAFAH member to provide support to NYSAFAH through its 501c3 subsidary - House New York, LLC. Thank you to Joanne Cassidy. Be on the lookout for a new online venue this summer to showcase our supporters. Click SUPPORT US above to provide support.

  • 05-30-2018
To Maximize Affordable Housing, Increase Collaboration Between Public and Private Sectors»

The millions of New Yorkers struggling to deal with impacts of an urgent housing crisis deserve to see more collaboration between government officials and industry leaders who have the power to provide more affordable homes for low- and middle-income families. FULL OPINION...

  • Jolie Milstein
  • 05-08-2018
Make housing affordable again for moderate- and middle-income working-class individuals too»

Since taking office, mayor de Blasio has worked hard to bring attention to the need for more affordable housing in the city. Since his re-election, he has extended his affordable housing plan, which now aims to create 300,000 new affordable housing units. However, as ambitious as de Blasio's efforts may be, they focus primarily on providing assistance to extremely low-income households. There is no doubt that these low-income individuals need assistance; however, there needs to be a greater amount of attention and resources dedicated to providing affordable housing to moderate- and middle-income working-class individuals. This is the only way to bring fairness back to New York City. More than that, if the needs of New York City's working class are not met, they will move out of the city, resulting in the loss of both intellectual and economic capital.

  • Heidi Burkhart
  • 04-17-2018
Conference &   Events VIEW ALL
Monthly Membership Call
  • September 12

10:00AM - AGENDA HERE. To join the call, please email elizabeth@nysafah.org for instructions at least 30 minutes before the call begins.

Annual Upstate New York Conference
  • September 27

Albany Capital Center, Albany, NY.

Register today HERE!  Agenda HERE.