Nashville tenants are standing up to displacement.
Will you stand with them?

OVER 35% OF NASHVILLE HOUSEHOLDS TAKE HOME LESS THAN $35,000 PER year

Metro Social Services Community Needs Report 2015 p24

AVERAGE RENT FOR A 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT IS APPROX $1,500 PER MONTH

RentJungle as of Q2 2017

OVER 70% OF LOW-INCOME RENTERS IN NASHVILLE PAY OVER 30% OF INCOME ON HOUSING

Housing Nashville 2017 report

While Nashville's recent growth has put our city on the map in new ways, it has also forced many working class residents out of their homes and out of the county.

We've seen average rent rates almost double in five years, a massive selloff of affordable apartments to high end investors, and more and more reports of slum landlords who threaten tenants with eviction when they ask for basic maintenance requests. 

The good news is, tenants are standing up.

Homes for All Nashville - Tenants are standing up against displacement

The best way to make sure our rights are protected and that we don't get displaced from our homes is to work together.

When faced with rising rents or unfair treatment, there's little we can do alone. But when tenants organize with their neighbors to push for their rights and needs together, there is power to create change. 

TENANT UNIONS

We help tenants work together to obtain fair treatment and respect of their rights.

EVICTION DEFENSE

We help tenants negotiate better outcomes in fast-moving situations like evictions.

PUBLIC EDUCATION

We raise public consciousness of tenant issues through educational sessions, media campaigns, meeting city officials and other methods.