Public Housing Homeownership Demonstration Assessment
The Public Housing Homeownership Demonstration (PHHD) was designed by HUD to find practical ways to enable public housing tenants to become homeowners through the sale of public housing units. The purposes of this report are to: describe the various elements of the 17 programs that were included in the demonstration; assess the effectiveness of the various approaches adopted; assess the impacts of the demonstration on the parties involved; and inform federal policy on public housing homeownership programs. This report is based on interviews with the program officials at each site, a review of program records and both phone and in-home interviews with the former public housing tenants who bought homes through this demonstration program.
This report is part of the collection of scanned historical documents available to the public.