Increasing Housing Supply and Attainability Improving Rules & Engagement to Build More Housing

By | June 3, 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.

Research Justifications – Supplement to Building Northern Virginia’s Future: Policies to Create a More Affordable, Equitable Housing Supply

By | June 3, 2019

This supplement provides the research and analysis that informed the findings and recommendations of the main publication.

Building Northern Virginia’s Future: Policies to Create a More Affordable, Equitable Housing Supply

By | June 3, 2019

NVAHA’s latest research on how Northern Virginia can accommodate regional growth that ensures economic vitality and extends opportunities to under served communities.

Northern Virginia’s Preservation Challenge Trends, Threats and Opportunities

By | June 3, 2019

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 Guidebook for Increasing Housing Affordability in the Greater Washington Region

By | November 23, 2018

Local Resources and Strategies for Housing Production and Preservation

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.