Delivering on the Promise of Inclusionary Housing

Rick Jacobus:  Delivering on the Promise of Inclusionary Housing:  Best Practices in Administration and Monitoring; Policy Link; 2007.

This paper examines the administrative measures used in the US to protect the affordability of the affordable units produced through inclusionary zoning programs.   Read the paper.

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Inclusionary Housing, Incentives,and Land Value Recapture

Nico Calavita and Alan Mallach: Inclusionary Housing, Incentives, and Land Value Recapture; Land Lines, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy; January 2009.

This paper puts forward and explores using inclusionary housing programs as a way of explicitly recapturing for the public benefit some part the gain in land  value resulting from public decisions to re-zone land, and now going unearned to the land owners.   Read the paper.

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Large Cities and Inclusionary Zoning

Nicholas Brunick, et al:  Large Cities and Inclusionary Zoning; Business and Professional People for the Public Interest; November 2003.

This paper explores the benefits of inclusionary zoning in large cities, and provides brief case studies  of the five programs in Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, Denver and Sacramento.   Read the paper.

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Nine Lessons for Inclusionary Zoning

David Rusk:  Nine Lessons for Inclusionary Zoning: Keynote Remarks to the National Inclusionary Housing Conference, Washington DC; 5 October 2005.

This speech highlights the key lessons that should be considered in order to create and implement an effective inclusionary zoning program.   Read the speech.

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The Effects of Inclusionary Zoning on Local Housing Markets

Vicki Been, et al.:  The Effects of Inclusionary Zoning on Local Housing Markets: Lessons from the San Francisco, Washington DC and Suburban Boston Areas; Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy, Working Paper 07-05,  November 2007.

This major study examined the impact of inclusionary zoning programs on the  price and production of market-rate housing in three major metropolitan areas where they are widely used — Boston, San Francisco, and Washington DC.   The findings are based upon a rigourous statistical  analysis of the building data and house prices  for single-family homes in these areas for the 1980-2005 period.   Read the report.    Read a precis.

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Evaluating Inclusionary Zoning Policies

David Rusk: Evaluating Inclusionary Zoning Policies; 2002.

This paper draws a distinction between affordable housing policies and inclusionary zoning policies, and sets out the key components of an effective inclusionary zoning policy. Read the paper.

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The Inclusionary Housing Debate: The Effectiveness of Mandatory Programs Over Voluntary Programs

Nicholas Brunick: The Inclusionary Housing Debate: The Effectiveness of Mandatory Programs over Voluntary Programs;  Zoning Practice, American Planning Association; September 2004.

This paper sets out the evidence and examines why mandatory inclusionary programs are more productive than voluntary ones.   Read the paper.

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Mixed-Income Housing: Myth and Fact

Mixed-Income Housing:  Myth and Fact; Urban Land Institute; 2003.

This report examines and debunks eight common criticisms of mixed-income housing.   Read the paper.

Voluntary or Mandatory Inclusionary Housing?

Nicholas Brunick, et al:  Voluntary or Mandatory Inclusionary Housing? Production, Predictability, and Enforcement;  Business and Professional People for the Public Interest; November 2003.

This paper compares mandatory and voluntary programs, and examines why mandatory programs are more productive.   Read the paper.

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Inclusionary Housing: Proven Success in Large Cities

Nicholas Brunick:  Inclusionary Housing: Proven Success in Large Cities; Zoning Practice, American Planning Association; October 2004.

This paper describes and examines the inclusionary zoning programs in the five large cities of Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, Sacramento and Denver.  Read the paper.

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