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Harvard University, Joint Center for Housing Studies

Cambridge, Massachusetts
www.jchs.harvard.edu

Harvard University, Joint Center for Housing Studies was awarded $4,650,000 between 2002 and 2014, including 6 grants in Housing.

$1,600,000

2014 • 6 years • Housing

The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, which is affiliated with Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and Kennedy School of Government, addresses a broad range of housing issues through research, education, and public outreach programs, including a biennial report on the state of rental housing. Rental housing is a vital resource for approximately one-third of Americans, as more people choose to – or must – rent because of the ongoing foreclosure crisis and recession. The grant funds rigorous research and a comprehensive analysis of the state of rental housing and the population it serves that will inform ongoing housing policy debates.

$450,000

2011 • 2 years • Housing

Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies addresses a broad range of housing issues through research, education, and public outreach programs. It publishes the State of the Nation’s Housing, which reviews annual trends in the U.S. housing sector, and, with Foundation support, has produced three biennial reports on the state of rental housing that have provided important information about the rental stock and the challenge of providing adequate affordable rental housing for people of modest means. The Joint Center will use this grant to produce its fourth report, in 2013.

$500,000

2010 • 3 years • Housing

To support a historical analysis of the affordable rental housing preservation industry and to prepare case studies of local impact (over three years).

$1,000,000

2007 • 3 years • Housing

In support of research on rental housing trends and issues (over three years).

$100,000

2006 • 2 years • Housing

In support of historical research on national housing policy between 1970 and 2005 (over two years).

$1,000,000

2002 • 3 years • Housing

To support research on rental housing in the United States and its role in supporting successful human and community development (over three years).

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