We study and report on trends and conditions in the district’s housing markets.
Since our July report, eviction policies related to COVID-19 continue to evolve. Our updates capture weekly eviction filing counts for 63 jurisdictions across the United States—that’s approximately 13 percent of renter households in the country. Read More
Home prices are rising, pricing out many potential homebuyers. This alternative homeownership model keeps homes affordable for lower-income buyers and increasingly for buyers of color. Read More
Renters and landlords and the legal system. We spoke to Clevelanders about the difficulties caused by the pandemic and solutions that show promise for times of crisis and times of relative stability. Explore the story for insights from a tenant who was furloughed, a landlord with a small number or properties, a Housing Court judge, and a Legal Aid attorney. Read more
Closing the Racial Wealth Gap One Homeowner and Good Job at a Time: Toledo Taps Existing Resources to Increase Equity
Think you don’t have the resources to increase equity and inclusion? Maybe you already have what you need. Toledo’s approach makes use of financial resources and partnerships already in place. Read More
The Community Reinvestment Act is up for its first significant revision in 25 years. It’s important we optimize this tool to address systemic disinvestment in lower-income and minority communities. Read More