Meeting the Washington Region’s Future Housing Needs: A Framework for Regional Deliberations

By | September 5, 2019

The Washington region faces serious housing challenges that undermine the well-being of many residents. Regulatory constraints on how much new housing can be built, what types of housing are added to the stock, and where that housing is located limit production and increase its cost. Constrained housing supply, coupled with regional growth, pushes up rents… Read more »

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.

Who Wants Affordable Housing in their Backyard?

By | November 12, 2018

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