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Measuring the Nation's Rental Housing Affordability Problems

Eric Belsky, Jack Goodman, Rachel Bogardus Drew • June 1, 2005

Difficulty affording housing is widely acknowledged as the most common housing problem in the United States. No matter how one chooses to measure the problem, it is clearly…
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Housing and Livable Neighborhoods

Jennifer Molinsky, Whitney Airgood-Obrycki • February 10, 2021

What role does housing play in creating livable neighborhoods that help residents of all ages, incomes, and abilities to thrive? That question was a key part of our recent…
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American Families Can’t Afford the Rent

Whitney Airgood-Obrycki, Jennifer Molinsky • April 2, 2019

Housing is a central component of family life and can provide a foundation for family well-being. While we typically think of family households as homeowners, renters are, in…
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Post-Recession Drivers of Preferences for Homeownership

Rachel Bogardus Drew, Chris Herbert • August 13, 2012

W12-4: The analysis presented in this paper tests for associations between views on homeownership and experiences with recent housing market distress. Using data from…
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A Shared Future: Fostering Inclusion in American Neighborhoods

Jonathan Spader, Shannon Rieger, Jennifer Molinsky • November 16, 2017

This framing paper was originally presented at A Shared Future: Fostering Communities of Inclusion in an Era of Inequality, a national symposium hosted by the Harvard…