The Housing Fix NPR and the PBS series FRONTLINE investigate the politics, profits and failings behind the nation's affordable housing crisis, where banks, developers and landlords make millions while Americans who need help aren't getting any.
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The Housing Fix

Millions of Americans struggle to afford their rent and most don't get any help at all. In Dallas, the city and a prominent landlord are the latest moving pieces in this problem. Allison V. Smith for KERA hide caption

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Choosing Between Squalor Or The Street: Housing Without Government Aid

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A man walks into the building of the Internal Revenue Service, which oversees the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program, in Washington, D.C., on March 10, 2016. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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