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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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Assessing Property Management for Affordable Housing

Marc Diaz • September 30, 2004

This research examines how nonprofit owners of affordable multifamily rental housing choose their approach to property management. It draws on existing literature on property…
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Updated 2010-2020 Household and New Home Demand Projections

George Masnick, Daniel McCue, Eric Belsky • September 1, 2010

W10-9: Given the prolonged period of high unemployment and the possibility that it will influence headship rates and household growth, this working paper explores a…
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Towards a Targeted Homeownership Tax Credit

J. Michael Collins, Eric Belsky, Nicolas Retsinas • November 15, 1998

W98-5: Although the federal government provides tax incentives for homeownership, current tax provisions provide few incentives for lower-income families to buy a home…
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The New Demographics of Housing

George Masnick • November 25, 2001

W01-11: During the 1990s, minorities have played an increasing role in population growth throughout the United States. Fueled by international migration and by high…
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Estimating Economic Impacts of Community Lending

J. Michael Collins, Eric Belsky, Micky Tripathi • July 15, 1999

W99-7: This paper provides a step-by-step approach to understanding and estimating the economic benefits of helping lower-income households buy and own their first home…
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A Critical Look at Rising Homeownership Rates

George Masnick, Nancy McArdle, Eric Belsky • January 8, 1999

W99-2: In spite of warnings to exercise caution when using the Current Population Survey to track trends between 1993 and later years because of major changes since 1994…