Homeownership Not Factor in Positive Outcomes for Children, New Report Says
October 1, 2010 | Publication | How Housing Matters, Housing Policy Research, Housing

Although stable housing is important for healthy families, new research suggests that homeownership does not necessarily lead to better outcomes for children — stable renting can have equally positive effects. But a recent scan (PDF) of the country's supply of affordable rental housing shows growing demand and shrinking stock.

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