Housing Research & Analysis
This data from the STOUT Eviction Right to Counsel Resource Center is updated approximately every two weeks.
Freddie Mac and National Housing Trust ǀ Spotlight on Underserved Markets: Opportunity Incentives in LIHTC Qualified Allocation Plans
This report by Freddie Mac Multifamily and the National Housing Trust reviews definitions of opportunity and methods used to promote opportunity housing in Housing Credit Qualified Allocation Plans across all 50 states and the District of Columbia. In addition to explaining opportunity policies and processes for developing them, the report examines the impact of these policies on the developer community.
Access recent Opportunity Zones articles curated by NCSHA staff.
This matrix shows critical components of state HFA emergency rental assistance programs established in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On July 14, 2020, the National Low Income Housing Coalition released the 2020 edition of its annual report documenting the gap between renters’ incomes and the cost of housing.
This report by the U.S. General Accountability office considers trends in the U.S. rental housing market from 2001 to 2017. The report analyzes the share of households that rent and their characteristics, the affordability of rental housing, and rental housing conditions.
On June 15, 2020, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) issued this report highlighting the actions the agency has taken related to the COVID-19 National Emergency. The document also provides an organizational overview of FHFA, discusses Dr. Calabria’s legislative recommendations, and reports on FHFA’s annual examinations of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and the Federal Home Loan Banks.
Statements, notices, and websites issued by state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) regarding policies and processes developed in response to the COVID-19 situation, including compliance guidance, inspection processes, and notices of closures.
NCSHA-Commissioned Novogradac Report: Analyzing the Impact of Lowering the 50% Test for 4% Tax-Exempt Bond-Financed Properties
On behalf of NCSHA, Novogradac conducted this report on the results of lowering the 50 percent financed-by threshold for 4 percent Housing Credit properties, analyzing the outcomes related to bond cap and multifamily production levels if the financed-by threshold were to be lowered to 40 percent, 33 percent, or 25 percent.