Aerial view of the city of New Orleans, Louisiana showing the historic French Quarter and the Mississippi River.

Rebuilding Stronger and Faster After Natural Disasters

In the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, Harvey, and Maria, state and local governments have gained considerable experience in handling the consequences of natural disasters.



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.

Community Land Trusts and Stable Affordable Housing

The use of community land trusts (CLTs) is an increasingly common strategy to ensure the availability of permanently affordable housing for residents who might otherwise be priced out of their neighborhoods.

Rental Assistance Demonstration Evaluation: Final Report

A new study presents the culmination of research that began in 2014 on the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD), which aims to curb the loss of public housing.

Global Cities and Affordable Housing: Hong Kong

Most global cities experience challenges in providing affordable housing. For the second city in our series on affordable housing, we examine Hong Kong, a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China.



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