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Three Ways Community Land Trusts Support Renters

by Kimberly Burrowes
From childhood through retirement, stability and roots in a community are a source of well-being. Yet, attaining and sustaining this stability can be challenging—especially…

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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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Memphis Expands Its Coordinated Campaign Against Blight

by Joseph Schilling
On the trip to and from school, many children in Memphis pass poorly maintained and dangerous properties. At least 9,500 single-family houses, 4,500 apartment units, and…

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Combining Policy and a Vision to Enable the Rebirth of Struggling Neighborhoods

by Maya Brennan
As awareness has grown about housing’s pivotal role in supporting quality of life and community well-being, national, state, and local leaders are developing comprehensive solutions…

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How Affordable Housing Benefits Low-Income Neighborhoods

Opposition to low-income housing is common, yet misplaced, according to research by Rebecca Diamond and Timothy McQuade of Stanford Business School. Using data from 129 counties in 15 states, the…

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