GNOFHACGreater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center
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Rental audits conducted by the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center (GNOFHAC) both before and after Katrina have used a method of investigation referred to as "testing." (153) This method engages matched pairs of testers posing as home seekers who are equally qualified to rent the advertised unit.
A 2009 GNOFHAC audit measured landlord willingness to accept rental vouchers.
A 2009 GNOFHAC study examining the location of landlord listings provided for voucher holders on HANO's website demonstrated that sixty-two percent of one- and two-bedroom units and seventy-three percent of three-bedroom units were located in neighborhoods designated as "low and very low" opportunity neighborhoods, when utilizing various indices of opportunity developed by the Kirwin Institute, including: educational quality, economic health and mobility, housing and neighborhood stability, public health access, and environmental quality.