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An extensive list of coronavirus resources for low-income households can be found here.

Pete Buttigieg's 2020 Housing Plan

2020 Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg

Pete Buttigieg (D)

Pete Buttigieg has been the Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, since 2011. A Navy Lieutenant, he took a leave of absence from the mayor’s job to deploy to Afghanistan. His affordable housing plan includes $430 billion for the National Housing Trust Fund, the Capital Magnet Fund and other programs that will “unlock access to” affordable housing for 7 million households and build 2 million more affordable units. He also proposes to improve housing health and safety, increase homeownership opportunities by providing abandoned properties to eligible households, and remove barriers faced by formerly incarcerated people seeking public benefits, including affordable housing.


  

This resource focuses on active 2020 Presidential Candidates. Recent changes or additions to Pete Buttigieg's housing policy proposals may not be reflected in this resource.

Pete Buttigieg on Homeownership
Pete Buttigieg on Housing Construction and Preservation
Pete Buttigieg on Tenants Rights and Eviction
Pete Buttigieg on Housing Choice Vouchers
Pete Buttigieg on Zoning Reforms
Pete Buttigieg on Wealth Building