Rehabilitating Rental Housing: The Benefits and Costs of Alternative Approaches
Division of Policy Studies, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research, 1985 - Government publications
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achieved additions affordable affordable lower-income approaches areas average benefits buildings calculated CDBG CDBG-funded changes Chapter Characteristics communities considered cost of rehabilitation Demonstration Development direct displacement efforts estimates EXHIBIT extent Federal financing five funds given higher housing costs improvements income increases interest investment involve less Level of Rehabilitation light loans low-income lower lower-income households lower-income occupied major market conditions measure median method Moderate Rehabilitation move needed neighborhoods occupied operated participation percent portion Pre-rehab present prior productivity properties proportion public cost public subsidies receive Rehab rehabilitated units rehabilitation cost Rehabilitation Expenditure rehabilitation projects rehabilitation subsidy relatively rent assistance rent subsidies rental housing rental rehabilitation rental rehabilitation programs rental stock rental units result sample saved Section 312 Section 8 Moderate selected standard study communities subsidy cost supply Table tenants types vacant variations vary Weighted