The Players

How big is the Affordable Housing Industry?

The United States of America government annually spends approximately fifty-billion dollars a year in housing assistance, according to a report by the Congressional Budget Office. This expenditure is only one segment of the money spend on affordable housing in the United States of America. Plus, other countries also annually spend billions and billions of dollars on affordable housing.

Needless to say, world-wide the Affordable Housing Industry is a trillion dollar industry. As a result, the Affordable Housing Industry impacts and interacts with almost every other industry in the world. Everyone has a stake in the Affordable Housing Industry.

Who are the players in the Affordable Housing Industry?

Everyone has a stake in the Affordable Housing Industry. Here is just a sample listing of the stakeholders of the industry:

Consumers

  • Tenants
  • Home Buyers

Property Owners and Agents

  • Property Owners
  • Property Investors
  • Property Management Companies

Primary Suppliers

  • Developers
  • Builders

Primary Suppliers Support

  • Real Estate Agencies
  • Commercial Banks
  • Mortgage Banks
  • Accounting Firms
  • Building material Suppliers
  • Commercial Insurance Agencies
  • Sub-contractors (Plumbers, Electricians, etc.)
  • Heating & Air Conditioning Companies
  • Fuel & Electric Companies
  • Attorneys
  • Engineering Companies
  • Investment Syndicators

Governments

  • Federal Government
  • State Government
  • County Government
  • City Government

Non-profits & Associations

  • Housing Agencies
  • Social Service Agencies
  • Homeless Agencies
  • Public Housing Authorities
  • Professional Associations
  • Industry Associations
  • Case Management Agencies

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