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New Housing Policy Research and Reports

LISC's Policy recommends several recent publications on affordable housing pricing, availability and impacts. From the state of housing voucher funding to the future of homeownership, the following publications cover the current status of some key housing programs and discuss policy remedies that could help the millions of families who depend on them.

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Substantial Funding Boost Needed to Renew Housing Vouchers in 2017, a paper that examines the ramifications of a failure to provide a substantial funding boost to renew housing vouchers

 U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
Ensuring Equitable Neighborhood Change: Gentrification Pressures on Housing Affordability, a report that reviews the recent research on the causes and consequences of gentrification and identifies key steps policymakers can take to foster neighborhood change that is both inclusive and equitable

 Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University
Waiting for Homeownership: Assessing the Future of Homeownership, 2015-2035, a working paper about future trends in homeownership from the center that produces the annual State of the Nation's Housing report

 National Housing Conference
Paycheck to Paycheck: More than Housing, a research note that explores household spending as it relates to housing and other key needs, like transportation and health

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