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The State of the Nation’s Housing 2016

Despite signs that the housing market is recovering, homeownership rates remain depressed and rental demand is high, according to research from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard…

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Learning from the “Achingly Contemporary” Story of Yonkers

By Archana Pyati
A school desegregation lawsuit filed in 1980 in a small New York community led to a housing battle that remains relevant throughout the United States and beyond.
Lisa Belkin’s…

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New Research Puts Focus on Concentrated Poverty, Not Gentrification

Research from City Observatory argues that fears about gentrification should be replaced by concern about poverty concentration. By examining Census data, Joseph Cortright and Dillon Mahmoudi show…

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Race, Ethnicity, and Choice Neighborhoods

The federal government has undertaken various efforts to ensure that families with federal housing assistance are not consigned to low-opportunity neighborhoods, including helping families move to…

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