Does retail development lead to residential change or the other way around? In this chapter we evaluate data on changing neighborhoods which suggests that retail revitalization can actually help prevent gentrification.
This is an excerpt of the video from an event held at the Center for American Progress in February 2010.
Can lower income families build wealth in resale price restricted homes? This paper presents surprising findings from data collected by one mature program.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009 By MICHAEL PERRAULT The Press-Enterprise Hemet [...]
I wrote and narrated this 14 minute video introducing the concept of Shared Equity Homeownership and profiling several leading programs and their residents.
Coffee shops perk up streets; SAN FRANCISCO; Cafes revitalize neighborhoods [...]
Based on interviews with dozens of practitioners from around the country, this guidebook is intended to help local government policymakers to develop stronger partnerships with local Community Land Trusts to develop and monitor permanently affordable homeownership units.
I developed this training curriculum for the National Community Land Trust Academy based on research that John Davis and I conducted for a companion report issued by the Lincoln Institute for Land Policy.
This 15 minute video presentation looks more closely at local affordable homeownership programs from the point of view of asset building. Can affordable ownership programs be seen as asset building strategies? How do they compare with traditional ownership?
This paper outlines some of the challenges of ongoing administration of Inclusionary housing programs and highlights the policies, procedures and systems that successful programs have been using to address these challenges.