Here are some resources we have compiled to support our community’s thinking about attainable housing. We define attainable housing as that “missing middle” housing for people who don’t qualify for affordable housing programs, but none the less find it challenging to pay full market pricing in the midst of a local and national housing crisis.
Thought Papers by R3V Members
- Generational wealth building, equity, and housing – some thoughts from Stephen Sloan of R3V
- Challenges and opportunities to allow for greater access to building equity as a part of affordable housing development via IDAs.
- Attainable Housing by ULI (Urban Land Institute)
- Attainable Housing: America’s missed opportunity, challenges, perceptions and solutions.
- Family Renter Housing by ULI (Urban Land Institute)
- Importance of renters, specifically focusing on young families.
- Home Attainability Index by ULI (Urban Land Institute)
- ULI’s Home Attainability Index and District Council dashboards
- Ten Principles for Developing Affordable Housing by ULI (Urban Land Institute)
- For those who wish to develop housing for low and moderate income households.
- Home in America, Immigrants and Housing demand by ULI (Urban Land Institute)
- Examining the role that immigrants play in local housing markets. Highlighting 5 metropolitan areas, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Houston, Charlotte, and Buffalo.
- Housing in the Evolving American Suburb by ULI (Urban Land Institute)
- Taking a fresh look at suburbs, focusing on the housing issues.
- Expanding Housing Options in Phoenix, AZ by ULI (Urban Land Institute)Community land trusts and land banks, community benefit agreements and housing cooperatives.
- Via Verde Bronx, NY by ULI (Urban Land Institute) Rental and ownership housing, affordable and sustainable.
Housing and Development Think Tanks
A listing of links to thought leaders on housing is here