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Rental Housing: An International Comparison

Michael Carliner, Ellen Marya • September 1, 2016

This working paper compares rental housing in 12 countries in Europe and North America, using individual records from household surveys. Differences in housing…
Blog

2018 Roundup: Our Most Popular Blogs of the Year

Kerry Donahue • December 28, 2018

As we wrap up 2018, we looked back to see what were the most popular articles on our blog this year. The top five posts on our blog this year were: 1. Digging Deeper: Ten…
Blog

Millennials the Key to a Stronger Housing Recovery

Kerry Donahue • June 26, 2014

The U.S. housing recovery should regain its footing, but also faces a number of challenges, concludes The State of the Nation’s Housing report released today by the Joint…
Blog

What We Read, Watched, and Listened to in 2021

Kerry Donahue • December 29, 2021

As we do each year, we asked our staff to recommend the books, shows, podcasts, and other content they enjoyed this year and, as usual, it’s an interesting and eclectic list…
Working Papers

Examining Supply-Side Constraints to Low-Income Homeownership

J. Michael Collins, David Crowe, Michael Carliner • October 5, 2001

Much of homeownership research and policy focuses on financial or information barriers that might frustrate low-income renter households from buying a home. Given existing…
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Imperfect Information and the Housing Finance Crisis

Edward Golding, Richard Green, Douglas McManus • February 1, 2008

UCC08-6: This paper has two parts. First, we look at the various agents involved in the mortgage transaction—including borrowers, brokers, originators, rating agencies…