Urban Research Monitor HUD
November/December 2000 Vol. 5 · Issue 5
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Affordable Housing Crisis Threatens Middle-Income Families

Housing America's Working Families Michael A. Stegman, Roberto G. Quercia, and George McCarthy Center for Housing Policy, 2000.

Locked Out! California's Affordable Housing Crisis California Budget Project (CBP), May 2000.

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