Crowded out of the housing market: declining affordability and availability are squeezing New England's very low-income households
Darcy Rollins Saas with Alicia Sasser
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Alicia Sasser Modestino
New England Public Policy Center Policy Brief, 2007
Though many New Englanders find it difficult to buy and maintain a home or pay monthly rent, the problem is particularly acute for the region's very low-income households. While many reports about housing affordability focus on the growing affordability challenges faced by middle-income households, they often overlook a crucial problem in the region: very low-income households--those in the bottom fifth of the income distribution are squeezed by declining affordability and limited availability.
Keywords: Housing; -; Prices; -; New; England (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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