Housing needs assessment for the Washington Metropolitan Area, July 1985.
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Housing needs assessment for the Washington Metropolitan Area, July 1985. by Scott W. Reilly

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Published by Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments in Washington, D.C. (1875 Eye St., NW, Washington 20006) .
Written in English



  • Washington Metropolitan Area.


  • Public housing -- Washington Metropolitan Area.,
  • Housing subsidies -- Washington Metropolitan Area.

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Edition Notes

SeriesHousing technical report ;, 1985-3
ContributionsMetropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
LC ClassificationsHD7288.78.U52 W3768 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 32 p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2632606M
LC Control Number85204459

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COMMUNITY HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT PROCESS The goal of a Community Housing Needs Assessments is to help focus a community’s efforts on its most critical local housing problems. It is an in-depth housing market analysis that carefully examines the area’s supply and demand for housing to determine existing and future needs for Size: KB. Identification of the Study Area(s): The foundation of the analysis is the establishment of the Primary Study Area (PSA). The PSA is the geographic area from which demographic and economic factors influence housing needs. Typically, this includes the subject city, county or region for which the Housing Needs Assessment was requested. In addition to failures in execution, affordable housing efforts in the Washington metropolitan area suffer from. insufficient funding. Washington, D.C.’s Housing Production Trust Fund, one of the city’s most effective tools for creating and preserving affordable housing, has produced more than 7, affordable units in the last. Tract, Washington Metropolitan Area. Table Percent of Households Served by HUD Subsidy Programs, by Income and Minority Group, as of December31, Table Characteristics of the Section Program, Table Distribution of Section Housing, by Income Class, as of Decem Table

Loudoun County Housing Needs Assessment, , February Population Growth in the Washington Metro Area, , Update from the U.S. Census, March Fortune Companies in the Washington Metro Area, July The Region’s Future Housing Needs: , June Average Wage in the Washington Metro Area: , June   Housing Market Analysis and Needs Assessment Prepared for Washington County ConPlan Work Group July For further information or questions, contact: Andreé Tremoulet Washington County Office of Community Development West Main Street, Suite , MS 7 Hillsboro OR [email protected]   Embedded in COG’s housing work is the principle of fair housing. Fair housing is a foundation for healthy communities, so that all residents can choose to live wherever they wish throughout the region, free from discrimination. COG members share goals and strategies and collaborate to achieve housing equity regionwide. Maps used in the Department of Highways and Traffic transportation studies of the Washington metropolitan area in and , and other DC highway maps, (15 items). SEE ALSO Architectural Plans (18, items): Building plans separated from District of Columbia building permits, SEE ALSO

  Today, the number of low-cost housing units falls short of household needs by , Boost housing production to keep pace with growth. At the economic growth rate projected by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, the region needs , more housing units by ; faster growth would require more. 19 Substandard Housing to 20 Housing Needs for Jefferson County the Washington metropolitan area was growing rapidly, as were most major urban areas on the eastern seaboard, and projections showed that eventually In July Fortune Companies in the Washington Metro Area, July Improving the Washington Region’s Global Competitiveness, Loudoun County Housing Needs Assessment, , February Economic Impact of Virginia's Housing Industry Domestic Migration To And From The Washington DC Metropolitan Area , July   This situation, or housing shortfall, affects the area’s affordability, and potentially undercuts its appeal to new companies and talent. It also results in workers living further from their jobs and straining the transportation system. A year ago, COG released an analysis that helped the region better understand its unmet housing needs.