2023 Texas Affordable Housing Conference Magazine

Now Accepting Submissions for the 2024 Texas Affordable Housing Magazine

Selected feature properties showcase successful affordable housing developments by TAAHP members to industry leaders at the Texas Housing Conference, policymakers, and elected officials both in print and online. Showcased properties enjoy expanded marketing and also serve as a critical tool for educating public officials on how high-quality housing can be affordable.

We were pleased with the many strong member entries in 2023 and look forward to continuing this feature as a benefit of your TAAHP membership. Our goal is to tell the world about the Texas affordable housing industry’s successful contribution to jobs and economic development while providing quality affordable housing for Texans with limited incomes and special needs.

YOU are a huge part of the success the State of Texas has experienced over the past 30 years and we want to showcase your hard work in the 2024 Texas Affordable Housing Magazine. If you would like to access a copy of the 2023 Texas Affordable Housing Magazine click here (or visit https://texashousingconference.org/texas-affordable-housing-magazine/)

Not a TAAHP member? Join now at https://members.taahp.org/membership-information

Spotlight NEW Properties 0-2 Years Old

TAAHP would like to feature your property (0-2 years old) (or a property that you nominate) in the 2023 edition of the Texas Affordable Housing Magazine.

Hot Topic Article Submissions

We're looking for "hot topic" article submissions for consideration.

Articles should be no more than 1,000 words and be objective (no advertorials or promotions for products/services). Topics should be timely and highly relevant to the affordable housing industry. A maximum of 2 articles will be accepted for publication. You must be a TAAHP member to submit. Topic should be pre-approved before article is submitted. Send your questions/ideas/outlines to naomi@taahp.org. (complete articles are due by June 1, 2024). TAAHP reserves editing rights.