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Publications in this section highlight tools and strategies for addressing housing affordability challenges in your community. The Center’s housing solutions resources cover a broad range of topics – from state and local policies to preserve and expand the supply of affordable homes to efforts to meet the housing needs of older adults or families in areas vulnerable to natural disasters.
This paper examines how inclusionary housing policies fared during the nation’s historic housing downturn, as well as the major issues and opportunities that confront inclusionary housing today, as the housing market begins to recover.
Released in partnership with NYU's Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy, this report helps to advance the current understanding of inclusionary zoning by taking a closer look at the impacts of programs in three metropolitan areas. The authors describe the types of communities that have adopted inclusionary zoning programs and assess the effects of these programs on affordable housing production and the price and production of market-rate housing.
This journal provides insight on inclusionary zoning and includes several housing industry policy perspectives.
This journal explores the issue of inclusionary zoning by reviewing the experiences of select cities and towns in Massachusetts where inclusionary zoning has been used to produce affordable housing.
This journal on inclusionary zoning contains articles intended to stimulate a dialogue concerning the variety of to meet the nations affordable housing needs. Implementation of inclusionary zoning policies such as those in this report, which have been used with great success in Montgomery County, Maryland for over twenty years, is one way to encourage new production of affordable housing.