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Housing Needs Study of the Northern Neck of Virginia
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2009-03)
The Northern Neck of Virginia is comprised of four rural coastal counties between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, Highway 302 and the Chesapeake Bay. The four counties are in the process of transitioning from an ...
Losing Ground in Virginia: The Unaffordability of Rental Housing for Housing for Low-Income Families in the 1990's
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2014-06-09)
Housing is widely recognized as a necessity of life and it is also the single largest cost of living for most households. Since the cost of housing determines how much of other goods families can consume, affordable housing ...
Poor Families and Poor Housing: The Search for Decent Housing in Virginia's Private, Unassisted Market
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 1993-06)
This report explores the differences in housing conditions between those U.S. families who receive various forms of public assistance and those who do not. The findings of this report show that low-income Virginians who ...
Homeownership Affordability in Virginia
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2004-06)
This 2004 report estimates the affordability of homeownership across Virginia based on the average sales price of homes sold through the local Board of Realtors and the median family income estimated by the Virginia Center ...