- Double Issue
- Volume 19, Number 1
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Home Equity Conversion Mortgages
Guest Editor's Introduction
Reverse Mortgage Collateral: Undermaintenance or Overappraisal?
Kevin A. Park
HECM and Property Tax Relief for Seniors
Silda Nikaj and Joshua J. Miller
Financial Sustainability and the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage: Advancing Fiscal
Soundness and Affordable Financing for Senior Homeowners
Edward J. Szymanoski, Alven Lam, and Christopher Feather
Reverse Mortgage Motivations and Outcomes: Insights From Survey Data
Stephanie Moulton, Cäzilia Loibl, and Donald Haurin
The Reverse Mortgage Market in Japan and Its Challenges
Masahiro Kobayashi, Shoichiro Konishi, and Toshihiko Takeishi
The HECM Program in a Snapshot
George R. Carter III and Joshua J. Miller
Guest Editor's Introduction
William Lambe, Theresa Singleton, and Susan Wachter
Opportunity and Housing Access
Arthur Acolin and Susan Wachter
Revamping Local and Regional Development Through Place-Based Strategies
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose and Callum Wilkie
The Role of Skills and Jobs in Transforming Communities
Harry J. Holzer
Education Reform in the Post-NCLB Era: Lessons Learned for Transforming Urban Public Education
Matthew P. Steinberg and Rand Quinn
Producing Affordable Housing in Rising Markets: What Works?
Lance Freeman and Jenny Schuetz
Point of Contention: Middle-Class Subsidies
Waste of a Scarce Resource
The Goldilocks Dilemma of Moderate-Income Housing Subsidies: Finding the
“Just Right” Amount for the Missing Middle
Fiscal Federalism and Middle-Income Housing Subsidies
Ingrid Gould Ellen
Leveraging More-Precise Governmental Support To Ensure the Middle Doesn’t Go Missing
Can Administrative Housing Data Replace Survey Data?
Emily Molfino, Gizem Korkmaz, Sallie A. Keller, Aaron Schroeder, Stephanie Shipp, and Daniel H. Weinberg
Data Shop: New Public Data Available on USDA Rural Housing Service’s Single-Family and Multifamily Programs
Corianne Payton Scally and David Lipsetz
Graphic Detail: Housing Tenure and Affordability Relative to Communities of Opportunity in the Cincinnati Metropolitan Area
John C. Huggins
Affordable Design: 2016 AIA/HUD Secretary’s Housing and Urban Development Design Awards
compiled by Rachelle L. Levitt and Regina Gray
Correction: What Have We Learned About the Causes of Recent Gentrification?
Jackelyn Hwang and Jeffrey Lin
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