Halting in-person visits affected the Census Bureau’s Housing Vacancy Survey (HVS) in 2020, but supplemental data suggest homeownership rates likely rose, vacancy rates fell, and household growth continued.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently announced and is seeking public comment on a proposed “living will” rule to apply to the two government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, which it regulates. Only the largest banks, those designated as “systemically important,” are subject to the requirement for a living will.
How are neighborhood communities created when the government provides free housing to a specific population? The paper examines the formation processes of displaced neighborhood communities and their collective efficacies in two free housing projects established after a public initiative to provide free housing to Colombia’s more than 8 million internally displaced persons.
This paper explores and contributes to scholarship on the escalating related concerns of environmental conservation and housing affordability. Situated within contemporary approaches to environmental governance, it explores the use of forest management incentives in southern Ontario to analyze their particular spatial intersection with socio-economic variables and land use change dynamics.