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The Urban Institute

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under The Urban Institute, from most recent to least.

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

Nena Perry-Brown | August 10th 2020

Maryland and DC are two areas hardest hit by the pandemic-amplifying housing crisis. ... read »

Two Reports Offer Perspective on How Opportunity Zones are Falling Short

Two Reports Offer Perspective on How Opportunity Zones are Falling Short

Nena Perry-Brown | June 22nd 2020

Both the National Community Reinvestment Coalition and Urban Institute recently noted how OZs are performing in unexpected ways. ... read »

Eviction Moratorium Covers One in Four Rental Units Nationwide

Eviction Moratorium Covers One in Four Rental Units Nationwide

Nena Perry-Brown | April 7th 2020

FHFA's mortgage forbearance-for-eviction moratorium policy during the pandemic was codified in the federal CARES Act. ... read »

Montgomery County Approves Plan to Add 10,000 Homes By 2030

Montgomery County Approves Plan to Add 10,000 Homes By 2030

Nena Perry-Brown | November 7th 2019

The target specifies 1,000 additional units each for the cities of Gaithersburg and Rockville. ... read »

DC Area Homeownership Gap Going Opposite Direction than Rest of the Country

DC Area Homeownership Gap Going Opposite Direction than Rest of the Country

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2019

Last year, UrbanTurf reported on the racial homeownership gap in the DC area, one of the smallest nationwide. Since then, the local gap has actually... read »

The DC Area Has a Deficit of Over 200,000 Housing Units for Lowest Income Households

The DC Area Has a Deficit of Over 200,000 Housing Units for Lowest Income Households

Nena Perry-Brown | September 4th 2019

A new report by the Urban Institute illustrates the severity of the lack of supply of affordable housing in the DC area. ... read »

DC Releases Findings on Need for Family-Sized Residential Units

DC Releases Findings on Need for Family-Sized Residential Units

Nena Perry-Brown | June 25th 2019

DMPED just released a report taking stock of the city's inventory of family-sized units and what can be done to course-correct. ... read »

How a Desire to Live in DC is Hindering Millennial Homeownership

How a Desire to Live in DC is Hindering Millennial Homeownership

Nena Perry-Brown | July 18th 2018

Urban Institute's study of millennial homeownership takes a look at how the generation's preference for city living is keeping them from buying... read »

DC’s Failing Score on Inclusivity

DC’s Failing Score on Inclusivity

Nena Perry-Brown | April 30th 2018

A new study by the Urban Institute shows that DC is below-par when compared to the nation's other largest cities in ensuring inclusivity. ... read »

A Closer Look at Rent Control in DC

A Closer Look at Rent Control in DC

UrbanTurf Staff | June 8th 2011

A report was published yesterday by the Urban Institute, which looked at the inventory, size and location of rent controlled buildings in DC. ... read »

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