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Quantifying the level of poor housing within the United States has traditionally been based on the use of combinatorial analysis of census-derived indicators of housing conditions. Units falling below a threshold value on each indicator are defined as being of poor quality. Housing experts from...
This paper reviews three broad types of community-based housing programs and assesses their contributions toward providing decent, affordable housing to low- and moderate-income households. Despite some significant weaknesses in the overall approach, community-based housing offers many benefits...
For thirty years planners and critics of planning alike have confronted inadequacies in the traditional model of comprehensive rational planning. Despite this intellectual acknowledgement of the need for a different paradigm, the underlying characteristics of rationality still pervade planning...
This paper explores the use of administra tive records from tax assessments, combined with the hedonic price technique to estimate a housing quality index This, in turn, is used to estimate substandard housing and established need levels for housing programs Verification of the housing quality...
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