This report examines strategies used by local governments to address rising housing costs and displacement of low-income households in gentrifying neighborhoods. To assist tenants at risk of displacement, the report details strategies to regulate the landlord/tenant relationship well as strategies to provide assistance for households that move.
This HUD case study shows how San Francisco successfully utilized inclusionary zoning policies that ushered in more affordable housing options for its residents.
Presented by the Grounded Solutions Network, this new comprehensive toolkit provides resources for implementing inclusionary housing policies in localities around the country.
An analysis of research and empirical data on the viability of inclusionary housing programs finds that such programs can succeed at producing quality affordable housing and do not lead to significant declines in overall housing production or increases in market-rate prices.
This 2007 white paper provides an analysis of several alternative strategies for sharing the equity growth that accompanies home price appreciation to balance the dual goals of individual asset accumulation and ongoing affordability to future home purchasers.
Montgomery County Council Staff examined the MPDU law and the regulations which implement the program as well as related housing, planning, and economic developmetn policies and programs.
This Western Center on Law & Poverty report looks at legal issues surrounding California's Inclusionary Housing policies.
This article explores the issue of mandatory vs. voluntary inclusionary housing policy by examining program experience and studies from across the country.
“Opening the Door to Inclusionary Housing” is a guide for municipal governments and affordable housing advocates to explore the feasibility of Inclusionary Housing as a tool to address the issue of affordable housing in their community.
This report addresses each variable and options to be weighed in developing an effective ordinance.