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The Center for Housing Policy’s publications cover a range of topics, programs and policies related to the broad goal of identifying and meeting the nation’s housing challenges.  

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Jul 1, 2007
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Framing the Issues—the Positive Impacts of Affordable Housing on Education

Maya Brennan, Jeffrey Lubell

This analysis focuses on the ways in which the production, rehabilitation, or other provision of affordable housing may lead to stronger educational outcomes for children living in those homes or in the surrounding community. Our analysis revealed seven promising hypotheses regarding the impacts of affordable housing on children’s education

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Jul 1, 2007
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Annotated Bibliography: The Positive Impacts of Affordable Housing on Health

Center for Housing Policy

This bibliography provides a listing of research abstracts on the intersections between affordable housing and health.

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Jul 1, 2007
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Annotated Bibliography: The Positive Impacts of Affordable Housing on Education

Center for Housing Policy

This bibliography provides a listing of research abstracts on the intersections between affordable housing and health.

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Jul 1, 2007
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Framing the Issues—the Positive Impacts of Affordable Housing on Health

Rosalyn Crain, Rebecca Cohen, Jeffrey Lubell,

This analysis focuses on the ways in which the production, rehabilitation, or other provision of affordable housing may lead to stronger health outcomes for residents.

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Apr 1, 2007
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Shared Equity, Transformative Wealth

Rick Jacobus

This report takes an in-depth look at three different shared equity approaches and shows that the best shared equity programs can build significant wealth for one family after another without any long term loss of affordability.

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