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Filling the Void Between Homeownership and Rental Housing: A Case for Explaining the Use of Shared Equity Homeownership

Jeffrey Lubell


June 1, 2014

Jeffrey Lubell, Abt Global’s Director of Housing Initiatives, focuses on "shared equity homeownership," a set of cost-effective strategies for helping low-income households to access affordable homeownership opportunities, in his chapter in Homeownership Built to Last: Balancing Access, Affordability, and Risk after the Housing Crisis, published by Brookings Press Brookings Institution Press with the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University (June 27, 2014). Shared equity homeownership strategies focus on achieving a balance between the dual goals of helping homeowners build wealth while preserving affordability to future buyers.

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