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Working Papers

Rental Deserts, Segregation, and Zoning

Whitney Airgood-Obrycki, Magda Maaoui, Sophia Wedeen • June 17, 2024

Restrictive zoning and NIMBY attitudes have left nearly a third of neighborhoods across the country with few options for renters. The concentration of rental housing in some…
Data, Reports

America's Rental Housing 2024

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • January 25, 2024

Climbing rents in recent years propelled US cost burdens to staggering new heights: in 2022, half of all US renters were cost burdened. This all-time high of 22.4 million…
Working Papers

The Short-Term Benefits of Emergency Rental Assistance

Whitney Airgood-Obrycki • June 14, 2022

The Emergency Rental Assistance program provides unprecedented support for renters facing hardships who are unable to pay their rent or utilities. While the implicit…
Data, Reports

America's Rental Housing 2022

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • January 21, 2022

Rental housing demand came roaring back in the second year of the pandemic, reducing vacancy rates and driving up rents. However, lower-income households that took the brunt…