This VCU Wilder School report documents the geographic location of jobs generally available for households requiring low-cost housing in Richmond, VA.
This VCU Center on Society and Health report focuses on population, community characteristics, and health trends in the Richmond metropolitan area that may affect health outcomes for residents.
This Housing Virginia report explores the connection between housing and economic development on the local level.
A Decade of Progress: Investing in Lives and Neighborhoods through the Housing Production Trust Fund
This report takes a look at how DC's Housing Production Trust Fund had affected the community between 2002-2012.
This Housing Opportunities Made Equal report outlines some clear differences in loan approval between white and minority borrowers in the City of Richmond.
CALL THE QUESTION: Will the Greater Washington Region Collaborate and Invest to Solve Its Affordable Housing Shortage?
This 2015 white paper takes a look at effective housing policy solutions to solve the affordability crisis in the Greater Washington region
This annual National Low Income Housing Coalition report calculates how much Virginia workers must make and how many hours they need to work in order to afford fair market rent to illustrate just how out of reach market rate housing is to the average low-income household.
This ACHSO report is the second in a series aiming to identify Alexandria's housing and social service needs and outlining what needs to be done to address them.
A 2007 report from the Southern Environmental Law Center that covers trends in housing affordability, demographics, development and transportation in the Richmond region.
Housing Virginia and Virginia Tech's Center for Housing Research released this 2014 study that demonstrates the impact of energy efficient construction requirements in affordable rental housing. The report shows that the average resident of an energy efficient apartment saves $54 per month on their electricity bill, which amounts to $648 annually.