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Housing More People More Effectively through a Dynamic Housing Policy

Housing / Research December 17, 2014

In a world of limited public funding, how can the United States substantially increase the number of households benefiting from stable, affordable housing?

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Millennials in Retirement: Rising Home Equity But Declining Homeownership

Kenneth Megan / Blog February 17, 2016

Homeownership is projected to decline by six percentage points among older Americans over the next 50 years—from 80 percent to 74 percent.

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Housing America’s Future: New Directions for National Policy

Housing / Research February 25, 2013

Our housing system is outdated and not equipped to keep pace with today’s demands and the challenges of the imminent future.

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BPC-Commissioned Paper Charts New Course for a More Dynamic Housing Policy

Housing / Press Release December 17, 2014

Despite existing budgetary constraints, the paper explores how it may be possible to substantially increase the number of households benefitting from stable, affordable housing.

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Housing’s Impact on the Economy

Housing / Research February 12, 2012

If housing sector performance was at the industry average, economic output and economic growth could double. The housing industry’s share of GDP stands at 2.2 percent, 2.3% below its 1980-2007 average of 4.5%.

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What We’re Reading: April 27

Michael Stubel / Blog April 27, 2013

Throughout the week, the BPC Housing Commission highlights news items that address critical developments in housing policy. Any views expressed in the content posted on this forum do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission, its co-chairs or the…

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What We’re Reading: November 28

Michael Stubel / Blog November 28, 2012

Throughout the week, the BPC Housing Commission highlights news items that address critical developments in housing policy. Any views expressed in the content posted on this forum do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission, its co-chairs or the…

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What We’re Reading in Housing: November 28

Michael Stubel / Blog November 28, 2012

Throughout the week, the BPC Housing Commission highlights news items that address critical developments in housing policy. Any views expressed in the content posted on this forum do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission, its co-chairs or the Bipartisan Policy…

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What We’re Reading: September 17

Michael Stubel / Blog September 17, 2012

Throughout the week, the BPC Housing Commission highlights news items that address critical developments in housing policy. Any views expressed in the content posted on this forum do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission, its co-chairs or the…

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What We’re Reading: August 8

Michael Stubel / Blog August 8, 2012

Throughout the week, the BPC Housing Commission highlights news items that address critical developments in housing policy. Any views expressed in the content posted on this forum do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission, its co-chairs or the…

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