Journal of Housing Research, Volume 5, Issue 2

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Office of Housing Policy Research, Fannie Mae, 1994 - Housing
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Page 245 - This publication is made possible by support from the Faculty Research Program in the Social Sciences, Humanities and Education at Howard University through the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Grant #OA-SRP 827.
Page 308 - Mae, announces a call for papers for a special issue of The Journal of Real Estate Research. Authors are encouraged to submit the results of original...
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Page 167 - Housing Policy Debate Housing Policy Debate is published quarterly by the Office of Housing Research. The goal of this publication is to stimulate thoughtful and insightful discussion on a broad range of housing issues, including housing policy, home mortgage finance, and international housing finance. Housing Policy Debate is organized in three sections. Forum, Articles, and Current Issues. All articles appearing in the Forum and Articles sections have undergone a double-blind review by members...
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