Affordable Homeownership

Research and policy analysis on what works to expand homeownership opportunity safely, sustainably and as widely as possible to American families.


CAPSocialImpacts
Working Paper | August 2002
Community Advantage Panel Study: Social Impacts of Homeownership
Michael Hubbard, Walter R. Davis
This working paper presents the center's theoretical approach to the study of the social impacts of homeownership through the first long-term study of a group of low-income homeowners and a comparison panel of renters.

HousingPolicyDebate
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | May 2002
Does a High Tech Boom Worsen Housing Problems for Working Families?
Housing Policy Debate
Roberto G. Quercia, Michael A. Stegman, Walter R. Davis

BlueprintFall2000
Published Article | Fall 2000
Facing the New Suburban Housing Crunch
Blueprint: Ideas for a New Century
Roberto G. Quercia, Michael A. Stegman, George McCarthy

NewCenturyHousing
Published Article | June 2000
Housing America’s Working Families
New Century Housing
Michael A. Stegman, Roberto G. Quercia, George McCarthy

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