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The Continuing Decline of Low-Cost Rentals

Alexander Hermann • May 11, 2020

The growth in high-income renters, the nation’s limited housing supply, and the tendency for new construction to be aimed at the top of the market have all contributed to the…
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The State of the Nation's Housing 2014

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 26, 2014

With promising increases in home construction, sales, and prices, the housing market gained steam in early 2013. But when interest rates notched up at mid-year, momentum…
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The State of the Nation's Housing 2013

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 26, 2013

The long-awaited housing recovery finally took hold in 2012, heralded by rising home prices and further rental market tightening. While still at historically low levels,…
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The State of the Nation’s Housing 2011

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 6, 2011

With employment growth strengthening, consumer spending up, and rental markets tightening, some of the ingredients for a housing recovery were taking shape in early 2011. Yet…