Coordinating Housing and Health Care for Vulnerable Populations
Among affordable housing advocates and public health experts, consensus is growing on the need for more coordination between the housing and health sectors. Families experiencing homelessness require not only a stable roof over their heads but also access to wraparound services to meet basic needs.
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Matthew Desmond’s 2016 book Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City tells the story of two neighborhoods, one a predominantly white trailer park community and the other a predominantly African-American community in Milwaukee.
When the Rent Eats First From Incomes Large and Small, Is the Traditional Measure of Cost Burden Still Useful?
The 30 percent measure of housing affordability, a longstanding guideline in both public policy and academic circles, posits that a household is cost burdened if it spends more than 30 percent of its income on housing costs.
Rent-to-Own Program Rehabilitates Abandoned and Foreclosed Properties
A partnership between a community development financial institution and a community development corporation is meeting two needs in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Defining Housing Affordability
Housing programs in the United States have long measured housing affordability in terms of percentage of income.