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Forced Sales and House Prices

Parag Pathak, John Campbell, Stefano Giglio • May 1, 2009

W09-4: This paper uses data on house transactions in the state of Massachusetts over the last 20 years to show that houses sold after foreclosure, or close in time to…
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The Record-Breaking Rental Market

Whitney Airgood-Obrycki • February 1, 2022

There are always surprising and interesting data points that emerge as we work on our reports, but America’s Rental Housing 2022 was stunning in the sheer number of record-…
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10 Surprising Facts from America’s Rental Housing 2020

Whitney Airgood-Obrycki • February 18, 2020

A few weeks after our research team has started digging into the data for a new report, we get together and share preliminary findings and figures. Even for people who work…
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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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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…