Fair Market Rent Second Quarter, 2019
This report from the Urban Land Institute Washington examines two critical factors that impact the ability to provide sufficient housing opportunities in the DC metro area – the local regulatory and approval process for development, and gaining community acceptance.
This supplement provides the research and analysis that informed the findings and recommendations of the main publication.
NVAHA’s latest research on how Northern Virginia can accommodate regional growth that ensures economic vitality and extends opportunities to under served communities.
This report examines how Northern Virginia can address the continued threat to our older, market-affordable housing stock that is home to thousands of low and moderate income households. This research continues the analysis that NVAHA provided in Charting A Way Forward: Preserving Market Rate Affordable Housing in Northern Virginia’s Inner Suburbs in 2011.
A form-based code is a land development regulation that fosters predictable built results and a high-quality public realm by using physical form (rather than separation of uses in traditional zoning) as the organizing principle for the code. A form-based code is a regulation, not a mere guideline, adopted into city, town, or county law. Form-based… Read more »
The involuntary movement of residents due to changes in socioeconomic conditions.
White privilege, or ‘historically accumulated white privilege,’ refers to whites’ historical and contemporary advantages in access to quality education, decent jobs, liveable wages, homeownership, retirement benefits and wealth. Aspen Institute Roundtable on Community Change
Policies and practices, within and across institutions, that intentionally or not, produce outcomes that chronically favor or put a racial group at a disadvantage. Examples can be found in our school disciplinary practices, our criminal justice system and in many employment sectors with regard to hiring, firing and promotions. The Aspen Institute Roundtable on Community… Read more »
Housing Policy Matrix for Loudoun County November 2018