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by Michael A. Stegman
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Michael A. Stegman
  • ISBN:
    0874206731
  • ISBN13:
    978-0874206739
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  • Publisher:
    Urban Land Inst (June 1, 1987)
  • Pages:
    231 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Politics & Government
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Nonfederal housing programs: How states and localities are responding to federal cutbacks in low-income housing. Washington, DC: Urban Land Institute. National housing preservation database. org/ Quercia, R. & Galster, G. C. (1997).

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Download Citation An overview of federal housing assistance programs The federal government has been involved in providing housing assistance to lower-income households since the 1930s. How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication. The federal government has been involved in providing housing assistance to lower-income households since the 1930s.

Housing costs rising disproportionately to household incomes, a particular problem for lower-income .

Housing costs rising disproportionately to household incomes, a particular problem for lower-income households in cities with an inadequate supply of social or public housing. Affordable housing supply is not meeting demand, with limited incentives for the private sector to develop affordable housing

Though numerous federal and state housing programs exist, many New York residents are unaware of the housing opportunities these programs afford.

Though numerous federal and state housing programs exist, many New York residents are unaware of the housing opportunities these programs afford. Its contents are by no means comprehensive; as new programs and opportunities emerge, its contents will be updated to provide New Yorkers with the most information.

How Did States Respond? Unlike the federal government, state and local governments are generally expected to. .

How Did States Respond? Unlike the federal government, state and local governments are generally expected to balance their budgets. Indeed, many states are constitutionally prohibited from carrying a deficit forward into the next fiscal year. At the same time, local revenues are ebbing due to lagged effects of the housing bust and cutbacks in state aid. Looking ahead, states and localities will experience ongoing fiscal pressures due to the slow economic recovery as well as federal discretionary spending cuts scheduled for next year under last year’s debt deal.