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Housing Affordability

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Housing Affordability, from most recent to least.

Rent Control Reform Hearing Highlights Gulf Between Tenants and Landlords in DC

Rent Control Reform Hearing Highlights Gulf Between Tenants and Landlords in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | November 9th 2020

The DC Council Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization started a marathon hearing on rent control reform this morning. ... read »

“Excessive” Regulation Causes 80% Home Price Premium in the DC Area, Per Trump Administration

“Excessive” Regulation Causes 80% Home Price Premium in the DC Area, Per Trump Administration

Nena Perry-Brown | February 28th 2020

A new report states that housing is unaffordable in 11 metro areas — including DC — for one reason. ... read »

How “Filtering” Affects the DC-Area Housing Market

How “Filtering” Affects the DC-Area Housing Market

Nena Perry-Brown | February 19th 2020

A new study shows that the DC area is one of several in the country where housing stock goes to higher-earning households as it ages. ... read »

The D.C. and U.S. Rental Market, by the Numbers

The D.C. and U.S. Rental Market, by the Numbers

Nena Perry-Brown | February 4th 2020

Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies has released its latest Rental Housing report. ... read »

New Study Looks at Impact of Airbnb on DC Home Prices

New Study Looks at Impact of Airbnb on DC Home Prices

Nena Perry-Brown | January 8th 2020

A recently-published study examines the impacts of short-term rentals in DC by zip code. ... read »

0 to 100: The DC Area Zip Codes on Opposite Ends of the Affordability Spectrum

0 to 100: The DC Area Zip Codes on Opposite Ends of the Affordability Spectrum

Nena Perry-Brown | June 3rd 2019

A recent Trulia report highlights the zip codes on two ends of the home affordability spectrum. ... read »

Starter Homes in the DC Area Aren’t Necessarily Affordable

Starter Homes in the DC Area Aren’t Necessarily Affordable

Nena Perry-Brown | May 9th 2019

A Trulia report shows that, despite their reputation, starter homes in the DC area are not affordable for those who would buy them. ... read »

DC Area Teachers Can Only Afford One-Third of Homes For Sale

DC Area Teachers Can Only Afford One-Third of Homes For Sale

Nena Perry-Brown | May 2nd 2019

A new report by Trulia examines the affordability of housing for workers in some professions. ... read »

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