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In Their Own Words: Veterans with Disabilities Share Their Housing Challenges

For Veterans1 with a military-related disability, finding a home that accommodates their health conditions can be challenging. Research on people with disabilities demonstrates this task’s…

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Five Facts about Housing Access for LGBT People

by Maya Brennan, Ally Livingston, and Veronica Gaitán
Our homes provide access to job markets, schools, health care, and economic opportunities. We build our lives on this foundation, yet,…

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Assisted Housing May Lead to Health Benefits for Low-Income Renters

Americans are spending more on health care than they ever have, yet the nation has one of the lowest life expectancy rates among developed countries. Factors such as access to healthy food, housing,…

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Late Rent Payments Can Harm Health Outcomes of Caregivers and Children

Unstable housing, which includes poor housing quality, unstable neighborhoods, overcrowding, and other factors, is a significant social determinant of health for adults and children. This new study…

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Are Renters Discriminated Against on the Basis of Mental Disabilities?

Though the 15 million Americans who have mental disabilities are legally protected against discrimination by federal measures, including the Fair Housing Act, a new US Department of Housing and Urban…

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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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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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Small-Scale Strategies Open Doors to Affordable Renting in Connecticut

by Camille Galdes and Maya Brennan
The continued viability and affordability of small multifamily properties may be one of the keys to income integration in the suburbs, rural communities, and even…

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Rental Outlook Includes Challenges for Affordability and Services

The biennial America’s Rental Housing report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University spans the topics of rental demand, supply, market conditions, affordability, and policy…

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