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The Relevant Economics and Planning Literature on Inclusionary Housing Policies

The Economics and Planning Literature on Inclusionary Housing Policies lists key peer-reviewed studies from the economics and planning literature on inclusionary housing policies. In general, these studies address the market effects of both impact fees and inclusionary housing policies, including their effects on housing production, housing prices, and land values.…

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When and How Should Cities Implement Inclusionary Housing Policies?

The single most common question asked about Inclusionary Housing is “Will Inclusionary Housing policies negatively affect the housing market?” To fill gaps in the economic literature on this issue, Cornerstone partnered with the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley to investigate two questions: What happens in…

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Homeownership for a New Era: Baseline Report on the Cornerstone Homeownership Innovation Program

This report details the baseline findings of an evaluation of nine shared equity homeownership programs across the U.S.  It provides information on shared equity (or long-term affordable) homeownership program models, the challenges and strategies used to recruit homebuyers, descriptive information on program applicants, and the implications of shared equity homeownership programs…

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Stewardship Standards for Homeownership

Cornerstone Partnership, with support from the National Community Land Trust Network, is excited to announce the release of the Stewardship Standards for Affordable Homeownership. Developed collaboratively, these standards and best practices provide an educational resource and measurable framework to help affordable homeownership programs nationwide achieve excellence and maximize impact. To read…

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The Balancing Act: Resale Formula Options for Long-Term Affordable Homeownership Programs

This guide provides an overview of the goals of and need for a fair, well-tested resale formula for affordable homeownership programs that value preserving subsidy while also building their homeowners’ wealth. This guide was created out of 3 years of working with Cornerstone Homeownership Innovation Program (CHIP) grantees on their resale formulas.…

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Urban Institute Shared Equity Research

Balancing Affordability and Opportunity:  Homeownership Programs with Long-Term Affordability Controls NCB Capital Impact commissioned the Urban Institute to conduct a study of seven affordable homeownership programs that seek to preserve long term affordability.  The study, released in October 2010, shows that it is possible for these programs to effectively preserve affordability…

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