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Shaping the Future of a Recovering City: A Focus on Detroit Housing Leadership

by Janae Ladet
Decades ago, Detroit was known for a strong middle class with good manufacturing and blue-collar jobs. The city’s combined economic and housing strengths endured shocks as local…

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How Policymakers Can Prevent Displacement and Foster Inclusive Neighborhoods

As low-income neighborhoods attract high-income residents, communities are seeking ways to manage neighborhood change to prevent displacement and disparities. In response to a congressional request…

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How Can You Improve Your City’s Financial Health?

A new Urban Institute data feature provides a snapshot of the economic well-being of residents in 60 cities across the country to tell the story of city financial health. The interactive dashboard…

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Low-Income Homeowners and Renters are Similarly Burdened by Housing Costs

by Laurie Goodman and Bhargavi Ganesh
With limited supply and skyrocketing housing costs, renters and homeowners face severe housing affordability issues. A higher share of renters face severe…

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The State of the Nation’s Housing 2017

National home prices in 2016 exceeded their prerecession peak, a sign that the housing market is returning to normal, but not all markets are recovering equally, according to research from the Joint…

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Digging Deep into Who Struggles to Afford Housing in Your Region

by Janet Viveiros, National Housing Conference
Most Americans know there are gaps between what housing costs and what people can afford. Many know this firsthand from their struggles to make their…

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To Improve Children’s Access to Quality Education, Both Housing and School Options Matter

by Maya Brennan
In the United States, families often exercise school choice through their housing decisions. During the housing bubble, home buyers whose purchase was primarily motivated by the…

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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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Can the United States End Housing Instability among the Poor?

Housing worries dominate the lives of millions of U.S. households. At present, 11.8 million renter households spend more than half of their income on housing, and more than 2.8 million renters think…

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Worsening Rental Crisis Requires a New Vision for Housing Policy

By John Griffith and Diane Yentel
In communities across the country, renters face an unprecedented affordable housing crisis.
Today more than one in four families who rent their homes—a total of…

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