Meeting the Region’s Current and Future Housing Needs

By | November 24, 2018

This September 2018 memo from the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Executive Director to the COG Board provides an analysis and assessment of the region’s current housing challenges, and the need to increase production and preservation efforts to sustain economic growth.

A Guidebook for Increasing Housing Affordability in the Greater Washington Region

By | November 23, 2018

Local Resources and Strategies for Housing Production and Preservation

Getting Ahead: The Uneven Opportunity Landscape in Northern Virginia

By | November 21, 2018

This Northern Virginia Health Foundation commissioned report finds that getting ahead is much tougher in some neighborhoods of Northern Virginia than in others: Fifteen “islands of disadvantage,” where people face multiple, serious challenges, are interspersed among some of the region’s wealthiest communities.

Who Wants Affordable Housing in their Backyard?

By | November 12, 2018

An analysis of Low Income Property Development from Stanford University researchers.

The Role of Anchor Institutions in Restoring Neighborhoods

By | November 12, 2018

Health Institutions as a Catalyst for Affordable Housing and Community Development

Addressing the Impact on Housing for Virginia’s Economy

By | November 12, 2018

Transportation, Housing Affordability and Economic Development in the Commonwealth. One of a series of reports from the Governor’s Housing Policy Advisory Council 2017.

Out of Reach 2018 The High Cost of Housing

By | November 12, 2018

The National Low Income Housing Coalition’s annual report on the cost of rental housing in America.

Call the Question

By | November 12, 2018

“Will the Greater Washington Region Collaborate and Invest to Solve it’s Affordable Housing Shortage?” A timely report on how we need to build political will for housing.

Regional Housing Principles for Northern Virginia

By | November 9, 2018

Created by NVAHA in 2007, these principles should be considered by local jurisdictions to achieve a more comprehensive, cohesive set of regional housing policies.