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.
In this report, the Center for Housing Policy and Center for Neighborhood Technology have partnered to gauge the housing and transportation cost burdens of moderate-income households living in the 25 largest metro areas at the end of the decade.
This report explores the effects of the growing population of older adults on the demand for housing, the challenge of providing meaningful housing choices for older adults of all incomes, and the policies that could help communities across the country respond to the dual challenges of providing older adults with affordable housing and adequate services.
Balancing Asset-Building Opportunities with the Ability to Preserve Affordability in a Homeownership Program
This report aims to provide communities and advocates with a general overview of three major approaches to long-term affordable homeownership, and how each functions under different market conditions and serves a community’s asset-building and affordability goals.
This report presents a review of programs and policies across 22 states that either support or hinder the development of shared equity homeownership units by state and local governments or nonprofit organizations.
This brief examines how data analysis is helping states and localities preserve the stock of affordable rental housing.
This report provides an overview of the homeownership strategies available to communities and explains the pros and cons of different approaches.
This publication, sponsored by the National Housing Conference, reviews the 30-year experience of inclusionary housing in California. It discusses the origins and evolution of inclusionary housing in the state, presents the findings of a 2003 statewide survey, discusses the constitutionality of inclusionary housing, and analyzes the market implications of these policies in California.
Inclusionary zoning is not the solution to all of our housing needs, but it is an
important tool with great untapped potential. This joint publication with the National Housing Conference seeks to achieve more of that potential by highlighting the success of inclusionary zoning practices in Massachusetts and by examining the legal and policy issues behind them.
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.