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Arrangements in which LIHTC tenants share in the development’s financial benefits, or become partial or full owners, are rare—but some properties have pulled them off. This scan of several examples shows the possibilities—and the conditions needed for them to succeed.
Health care institutions are expanding from funding development to supporting housing justice and tenant rights policy.
To meaningfully evaluate real estate-related companies, organizations that evaluate impact investment standards must address tenant experiences.
I’ve read far too many think pieces, op-eds, and reports that neglect the role of tenant protections as a tool that is vital to...
A participatory theatrical arts group takes on tenant and landlord woes, and brings the audience into the action.
Tenant organizers across the country—in places like Virginia, Louisiana, and New York—have taken direct action against surging eviction cases through tactics like mass outreach, shutting down court hearings, and picketing lawyers who represent landlords.
LIHTC developers must follow strict affordability rules—and fulfill other promises—for at least 30 years. While industry insiders insist compliance rates are high, tenant advocates say noncompliance is a real problem.
The ambitious funding campaign took strong cross-movement organizing and the right political moment.
Landmark lawsuits in D.C., New York, and California make source of income discrimination risky for landlords.
State activists say eviction cases were filed in violation of the CARES Act’s ban on evictions. Pre-trial settlement conferences are further complicating the situation.
New York City has been outpaced by San Francisco in protecting tenants since the latter adopted rent control in 1979. While protections for the city's tenants have steadily weakened and even disappeared since the 1990s, San Francisco’s rent control and eviction protection laws have expanded and strengthened.
How can we get more accessory dwelling units built, keep them affordable, and make them forces for increasing racial equity?