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Home Price Appreciation in Low- and Moderate-Income Markets

Karl Case, Maryna Marynchenko • October 7, 2001

At the turn of the millennium, fully two-thirds of American households were owner-occupants. In addition, through the middle of the year in 2000, real home prices were rising…
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Our Shrinking Supply of Low-Cost Rental Units

Elizabeth La Jeunesse • August 14, 2018

Between 1990 and 2016, the number of rental units in the U.S. priced below $800 per month (in real terms) shrank by nearly 2.5 million. However, over the same period, the…
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Low-Cost Rental Housing Increasingly Difficult to Find

Elizabeth La Jeunesse • January 3, 2018

While rental markets are cooling nationally, market conditions remain extremely tight at the low end of the market, offering little relief to affordability pressures faced by…
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Our Disappearing Supply of Low-Cost Rental Housing

Elizabeth La Jeunesse • June 27, 2017

It’s not an illusion: low-cost rental housing in the US is disappearing. And our 2017 State of the Nation’s Housing report has the numbers to prove it. Using ACS data from…
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Is Rent Growth Finally Slowing?

Elizabeth La Jeunesse • February 1, 2018

Rents rose faster than inflation in almost three-quarters of the nation’s major housing markets, according to analyses done for our latest America’s Rental…