This research sheds light on the variability of local IZ programs and the types of local jurisdictions that may be more likely to adopt an inclusionary housing policy.
This report explores the effectiveness of inclusionary housing programs.
This brief presents four ideas for improving the flexibility of inclusionary housing and expanding the menu of options available to developers – while at the same time promoting mixed-income neighborhoods.
This paper profiles six localities that have adopted inclusionary housing policies tied to upzoning, referred to here as “inclusionary upzoning.”
This paper analyzes a set of 20 inclusionary housing programs to highlight how long affordability periods, strong legal mechanisms, carefully designed resale formulas, dedicated program stewardship, and strategic partnerships can help preserve affordable homes produced through inclusionary housing programs for multiple generations.
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.
This issue of New Century Housing focuses on a practice known as “inclusionary zoning,” which is one of several potentially powerful tools that could be implemented at the state or local level to address affordable housing needs. The articles contained herein highlight the implementation of inclusionary zoning poilicies in Montgomery County Maryland.