This HUD case study shows how San Francisco successfully utilized inclusionary zoning policies that ushered in more affordable housing options for its residents.
The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, highlights the many social and economic factors which influence health, and provides resources to help communities take action.
This comprehensive toolkit, put together by the National Housing Conference, provides a wide range of housing policy resources and research.
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
A supplement piece by Dr. Lisa Sturtevant to delve deeper into NHC's "Paycheck to Paycheck" tool
This 2015 George Mason study assesses the Greater Washington region's housing needs today and in 2023.
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.
According to this 2009 report, workforce households are largely priced out of both rental and for-sale housing near major employment centers in and around the city of Washington, DC.
This Partnership for Housing Affordability report addresses current and future housing needs for the Richmond region, impediments to meeting these needs, and proposed strategies based on successful case studies.
The Beltway Burden report, from the Urban Land Institute, Center for Housing Policy, and Center for Neighborhood Technology, looks at the "cost of place” in the Washington, DC, region.