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The State of the Nation’s Housing 2018

The national homeownership rate rose in 2017 for the first time in 13 years despite the steady increase in home prices, a sign that low interest rates kept monthly housing costs affordable for new…

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Advancing an Evidence Base for Housing Laws

by Abraham Gutman
In many major US cities, renters are severely cost burdened, there is a shortage of housing for low- and middle-income households, many households live in inadequate housing, and…

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As New Rental Demand Settles In, Are Low-Income Renters Left Out?

by Veronica Gaitán and Maya Brennan
For a decade, the United States has experienced sharply rising rental demand, but that trend may be over, according to a new report by the Joint Center for…

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