The Alliance’s 2023 By the Numbers

The American Property Owners Alliance (The Alliance) is on a mission to advance policies that help ensure every American can reap the wealth-building opportunities owning a home brings.

From rising mortgage rates to low home inventory and high prices, the challenges 2023 brought ignited our efforts to advance policies, programs and regulations that will improve housing supply and affordability in America.

As we wrap up 2023, let’s look back at some highlights from the year. From expanding resources for first-time home buyers to calling for an end to home equity theft in the states where it remains legal, The Alliance activated across a range of housing issues and policies. What’s more, we grew our strong base of advocates eager to make their voice heard.

Mobilizing Audiences for Action

This year, more than 9,500 Americans joined The Alliance’s network of industry experts and advocates standing up for property rights. Not only did our database grow, but they also took action.

Throughout the year, advocates sent more than 3,200 messages to Congress in support of the Revitalizing Downtowns Act and the Neighborhood Homes Investment Act to increase the supply of affordable homes across the country. What’s more, petitions in support of ending home equity theft where it remains on the books, expanding financial education for first-time buyers and restoring property owner tax incentives garnered more than 300 signatures.

Sharing Resources & Updates

In 2023, The Alliance launched two new landing pages sharing resources, critical information and calls for action on ending home equity theft and expanding support for first-time buyers.

The Alliance’s News & Resources page continues to provide audiences with the latest updates regarding our priorities and the decisions in Washington. This year, we added 33 publications to the page, spanning newsletters from our executive director to an overview of housing market myths versus facts.

Convening the Experts & Strengthening Communities

The Alliance met with more than 465 prospective and current homeowners and led critical housing discussions in four cities this year. Colin Allen, The Alliance’s executive director, joined with local leaders and industry experts in Charlotte, Dallas, Cleveland and Montgomery to examine the path to homeownership and building generational wealth, explore the pro-housing solutions on the table to help break down barriers to homeownership and share valuable financial education resources with those navigating their local housing market.

Colin Allen also published three articles informing audiences in states where home equity remains on the books about how they can take action to help end this unethical practice and strengthen property owner protections. Learn more about this unjust tax foreclosure policy and the steps state and local leaders can take to eradicate it in The Boston Herald, Dayton Daily News and

What’s In Store for The Alliance?

We’re excited to ramp up our efforts in 2024 and grow our group of advocates in this critical election year. Use the form below to sign up for updates and see how we’re helping Americans hold their leaders accountable to solve America’s housing supply and affordability crisis, restore and strengthen property owner tax incentives, and assist first-time buyers on the path to building equity through homeownership.

About the American Property Owners Alliance
The American Property Owners Alliance (The Alliance) is a nonpartisan, non-profit organization created to protect and support property owners and pave the way for future property owners. Our mission is to educate property owners about federal issues, laws and policies; to advocate for owners’ rights and interests; and to mobilize, when necessary, to secure those rights and interests.
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