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Jul/Aug 1995

Issue #82

This issue looks at HUD's proposed rules affecting the affordability of housing for over 1 million low-income families. Chester Hartman interviews William C. Apgar Jr., executive director of Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies, on his recently completed study for HUD on how to reform the FHA. Also, organizing in colonias on the Texas-Mexico border.


One Million Families At Risk

The dangers of Mark to Market and the needs for preserving expiring subsidized housing.


Part II: The Great Production Debate

In response to an earlier piece that examines the potential of design enhancement for neighborhood revitalization, housing development consultant Bob Santucci argues for high-quality, low-cost affordable housing production.


Shelterforce Interview: Bill Apgar

William C. Apgar, Jr. is Executive Director of Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies and a Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard’s JFK School of Government. He was a founding […]