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Increasing poverty and residential segregation

INCREASING POVERTY AND RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION Poverty in the United States has become more concentrated. In 2014, 13.7 million people lived in neighborhoods with poverty rates of 40 percent or higher, up from 6.5 million in 2000. This jump largely reflects widespread declines in incomes since the start of the last decade as well as increasing residential segrega- tion by income. The location of assisted housing […]

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Shortfalls in the affordable supply

SHORTFALLS IN THE AFFORDABLE SUPPLY Between 1993 and 2013, the number of very low-income house- holds eligible for federal rental housing assistance soared by 3.8 million, bringing the total to 18.5 million. Over this same period, however, the number of assisted renters rose by just 532,000 (Figure 35). As a result, the share of income-qualified renters that received assistance dropped from 29 percent to 26 […]

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Consequences of high housing costs

THE STATE OF THE NATION’S HOUSING 201632 CONSEQUENCES OF HIGH HOUSING COSTS After paying large shares of their incomes for housing, cost- burdened households cut back spending on other vital needs. According to the 2014 Consumer Expenditure Survey, severely burdened households in the bottom expenditure quartile (a proxy for low income) had just $500 left over to cover all other monthly expenses, while otherwise similar […]

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Housing challenges and prevalence of cost burdens

HOUSING CHALLENGES 31JOINT CENTER FOR HOUSING STUDIES OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY PREVALENCE OF COST BURDENS After three consecutive years of declines, the total number of housing cost-burdened households (paying more than 30 per- cent of income for housing) ticked up to 39.8 million in 2014. More than a third of US households faced cost burdens, includ- ing 16.5 percent with severe burdens (paying more than 50 […]

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Strong multifamily performance

STRONG MULTIFAMILY PERFORMANCE Investor returns on rental properties continued to climb last year. The National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries reports that net operating income for commercial-grade apart- ments increased for the fifth consecutive year in 2015, up nearly 11 percent from 2014. The annual rate of return on rental prop- erty investments rose to 12 percent, driven in large part by price appreciation. […]

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Persistent market tightening

PERSISTENT MARKET TIGHTENING The inability of supply to keep up with the rapid rise in demand has led to the longest period of rental market tightening since the late 1960s. Starting in late 2010, the national rental vacancy rate fell for five consecutive years, hitting just 7.1 percent in 2015—its lowest point since 1985. In 2014–2015 alone, the vacancy rate for multifamily buildings with five […]

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Severe gaps in supply with the private market

SEVERE GAPS IN SUPPLY With the private market failing to provide housing affordable to many of the nation’s lower-income households, the demand for low-cost rentals far outstrips supply. The shortfall is par- ticularly acute for extremely low-income renters (earning up to 30 percent of the area median), but also extends to very low- income renters (earning up to 50 percent of the area median). A […]

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Severe gaps in supply

SEVERE GAPS IN SUPPLY With the private market failing to provide housing affordable to many of the nation’s lower-income households, the demand for low-cost rentals far outstrips supply. The shortfall is par- ticularly acute for extremely low-income renters (earning up to 30 percent of the area median), but also extends to very low- income renters (earning up to 50 percent of the area median). A […]

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Evolution of the supply of housing stock

EVOLUTION OF THE SUPPLY The single-family housing stock absorbed nearly two-thirds of the decade-long growth in renter households, lifting the single- family share of occupied rentals (including mobile homes) from 34 percent in 2005 to 40 percent in 2015. The sharp increase in single-family rentals resulted from conversions of millions of owner-occupied homes following the housing crash, stemming largely from the wave of foreclosures but […]

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