Promoting Homeownership as a Strategy for Housing Affordability
In the United States, owning a home is the largest generator of wealth for families, exceeding even a household’s income or their level of educational attainment. In addition, housing costs tend to be lower for homeowners than for renters.
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Equitable Rebuilding in Detroit Through the Strategic Neighborhood Fund
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The Bloom Colocates Affordable Housing and Emergency Shelter in Alexandria, Virginia
Opened in 2020, the Bloom is a 97-unit affordable housing development that shares its 7-story building in the Braddock Road neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia, with Carpenter’s Shelter, a ground-floor emergency shelter for people experiencing homelessness.
Opportunities to Increase Housing Production and Preservation
The United States needs more housing, and more varied types of housing, to meet households’ needs throughout the country.
Benefits of Eviction Diversion Programs
Economic challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have caused an increasing number of renters to fall behind on their rent payments, which raises the potential for widespread evictions.