Increasing Housing Options for Homeless Populations Through a Shared Housing Approach
Inadequate supply presents a challenge to people transitioning from homelessness to permanent, stable housing. At the National Alliance to End Homelessness’ 2020 Solutions for Individual Homeless Adults conference, held in February 2020 in Oakland, California, one group of panelists discussed a strategy that could expand housing options while providing benefits that go beyond simply increasing the number of available units.
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The 2020 Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition
This year’s Innovation in Affordable Housing (IAH) Student Design and Planning Competition challenged students from the four finalist teams to create innovative housing that preserved and celebrated the unique culture of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Rental Burdens: Rethinking Affordability Measures
How much of your income should you set aside for rent? With the cost of housing on the rise, researchers are reexamining the 30-percent rule of thumb for measuring rental burden.
Housing Barriers to College Success
Children’s life outcomes, including their success in school, are closely aligned with their housing and neighborhood conditions.