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The Center for Housing Policy’s publications cover a range of topics, programs and policies related to the broad goal of identifying and meeting the nation’s housing challenges.
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This journal provides insight on inclusionary zoning and includes several housing industry policy perspectives.
This report provides a first-ever, national look at immigrant working families, comparing their housing situation to those of native-born Americans. Higher rates of critical needs and crowding are the story, told in a clear, bold graphical style.
Tracks the incidence of housing needs over the period 1997 - 2001 and documents alarming growth in the number of working families paying at least half of income for housing. Presented in a unique, graphical format.
Further updates national critical needs figures and explores several aspects, including which metro areas are critical needs "hotspots," which families are most likely to face chronic needs and the extent to which families cope by living in inadequate conditions or crowded housing.
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.