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9.9.21 Report, Research
 The Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota published a study in February examining the benefits and risks of implementing a rent stabilization program in Minneapolis found that a rent stabilization program should be paired with eviction...
9.8.21 Report, Research
In the current issue of Cityscape from HUD PD&R, researchers Alex Schwartz from The New School and Kirk McClure from the University of Kansas seek to explore how the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program will utilize Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (...
6.30.21 Research
State of the Nation’s Report Earlier this month, the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies released their annual State of the Nation’s Housing report. After a year of dealing with the global COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic fallout, many were eager to dive into the...
6.9.21 Research
In a study published earlier this year from the University of Pennsylvania, researchers were able to provide evidence linking a history of evictions to depressive symptoms in adolescents and young adults. The study suggests a clear increase of observed depression in those who experienced...
5.26.21 Research, Report
National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) ERA Dashboard and Resources The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) has been actively collecting data on emergency rental assistance (ERA) programs throughout nation over this past year. The dashboard ...
4.22.21 Research, Report
Mapping the Need for Pandemic Assistance. The Urban Institute has created a database where users can search the U.S. by county or Continuum of Care (CoC) to view the needs of local residents based on indices related to housing instability prevalence, COVID-19 impacts, and...
2.10.21 Research
A new report from HUD’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) provides a review of landlord incentives used by MTW agencies to recruit and retain landlords. HUD sent an online survey to all 39 original MTW agencies, which 34 agencies completed. According to the survey, 28 or 82% of...
1.27.21 Research
A new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research finds that county-level policies protecting residents from evictions and utility shutoffs have decreased both COVID-19 infections and deaths. These findings provide further evidence that housing and utility assistance are...
1.13.21 Research, Report, Analysis
Project SOAR Closeout Site Visit Summary Program Evaluation Division, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development June 2020 The Resident Opportunities and Self-Sufficiency for Education (ROSS-ED) Project SOAR grant program was an effort to improve access to higher education...
12.16.20 Research
The work of resident service coordinators has been essential to maintaining the mental and physical health of seniors living in publicly funded housing during the COVID-19 pandemic. A new study from Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCSHS), based on a survey conducted with...

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