This policy brief from LISC's Research and Evaluation team asks how partnerships between CLTs and community development institutions can scale up and sustain land trusts so as to begin to impact displacement at the neighborhood level.
Balancing Priorities from the National Low-Income Housing Coalition offers suggestions for policymakers and practitioners, including practical ways to look at preservation and mobility as complementary priorities.
Addressing “vacants” is a key part of neighborhood revitalization strategies. Read this brief for a snapshots of models, both from LISC and our partners, and resources to help with vacant remediation from practitioners in the field.
Learn more about LIHTC in this report, including a description of the difference betw een 9%and 4% credits, an explanation of income eligibility and affordability requirements, and how the financing of LIHTC deals works.
This report from the Democracy Collaborative explores strategies for combating displacement, expanding ownership, and building community wealth.
This handbook is a guide for NYCHA residents in public housing developments that may be converted to Section 8 under the HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD).
Families thrive when they live in affordable, high quality and healthy housing. LISC created a green and healthy framework to integrate cost effective healthy and green practices into existing affordable housing rehabilitation and property management.