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What the Small-Scale Rental Property Market Tells Us About the Rollout of Emergency Rental Assistance

The recent end to the federal eviction moratorium and the slow and uneven distribution of emergency rental assistance threaten to accelerate tenant evictions and lead to a loss of affordable rental stock.…
Commentary and Analysis

Rent Payments in Affordable Housing During the Pandemic: The Role of Rental Subsidies and the Safety Net

The Terner Center and the NYU Furman Center have jointly released a new analysis as members of the Housing Crisis Research Collaborative looking at the troubling declines in household rent payments and…
Commentary and Analysis

Creating a Stronger Housing Element: The Example of Los Angeles

In recent years, California has undertaken several unique strategies to both better quantify housing needs at the local level and to encourage and require localities to plan for growth. Strengthening the Housing…
Announcements

Announcing the 2021-2022 Terner Center Felllows

We are pleased to announce the new cohort of Terner Center Fellows, a program where practitioners and accomplished thought leaders in the housing field serve as advisors and collaborators with the Terner…
Announcements

Will Allowing Duplexes and Lot Splits on Parcels Zoned for Single-Family Create New Homes?

Senate Bill 9 is one of the highest-profile housing-related bills in California’s current legislative session, and aims to expand the state’s capacity for smaller-scaled housing, particularly in higher-resourced, single-family neighborhoods. Building on…
Commentary and Analysis
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Terner Center, Lewis Center, cityLab at UCLA Awarded California 100 Grant to Evaluate Housing in California’s Future

The Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley is pleased to collaborate with the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and cityLab, both at UCLA, on California 100, an ambitious statewide…
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