2017 Worst Case Housing Needs
August 9, 2017
The Worst Case Housing Needs created by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is the sixteenth in a longstanding series providing national data and analysis of the critical problems facing very low-income renting families. Households with worst case needs are defined as very low-income renters who do not receive government housing assistance and who paid more than one-half of their income for rent, lived in severely inadequate conditions, or both. They find that benefits of the strengthening national economy are not adequately flowing to renter households at the lowest income levels and severe housing problems are on the rise.
Low-Income Housing Has No Impact on Nearby Home Values
December 6, 2016
A study conducted by the real estate website Trulia found that in the nation’s 20 least affordable housing markets, low-income housing built during a 10-year span shows no effect on nearby home values.
p4 Performance Measures
October 12, 2016
The p4 Performance Measures is an evaluation tool that will inform the prioritization of investments in real estate development projects located in the City of Pittsburgh.
September 16, 2016
Equitable Development: The Path to an All-In Pittsburgh presents a roadmap to put all of the region’s residents on track to reaching their potential.
Urban Land Institute
East End Communities – Pittsburgh, PA
May 8 through May 13, 2016
The Urban Land Institute conducted studies on the East End. The results support the HELP initiative and provide valuable recommendations for land use.
Affordable Housing Task Force
Findings & Recommendations – Pittsburgh, PA
The Affordable Housing Task Force submitted its findings and recommendations to Mayor Peduto and City Council.
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