The Lifecycle Cost Adjustment Methodology: An Exploration of the Baseline and Alternative Assumptions
This paper provides a detailed look at the methodology behind a new approach for estimating the costs of developing and maintaining affordable multifamily rental housing over the course of a property’s lifecycle.
Comparing the Costs of New Construction and Acquisition-Rehab In Affordable Multifamily Rental Housing
This research working paper uses the lifecycle cost methodology to compare the total cost of developing and maintaining multifamily affordable rental housing over a 50-year period using either acquisition-rehab or new construction.
In this report, the Center for Housing Policy and Center for Neighborhood Technology have partnered to gauge the housing and transportation cost burdens of moderate-income households living in the 25 largest metro areas at the end of the decade.
This report explores the effects of the growing population of older adults on the demand for housing, the challenge of providing meaningful housing choices for older adults of all incomes, and the policies that could help communities across the country respond to the dual challenges of providing older adults with affordable housing and adequate services.
This report provides an overview of the homeownership strategies available to communities and explains the pros and cons of different approaches.