Documents should reflect current knowledge, relevant research, and best practices concerning housing affordability, defined as the ability for wage earners at all levels to afford housing without spending a disproportional percentage of their overall income. While lower-income affordable housing is an emphasis, the effort includes all ranges of choice and need, including issues related to work-force, attainable, market-rate, resort, and sharing economy/short-term housing.
Types of documents can include regional studies, local statistics, yearly activity reports, market analysis, comprehensive plans, and scholarly research. The emphasis is on Northern Colorado-specific information, not on the broad academic field of housing, or national housing data.
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|Town of Windsor – Incentives for Workforce Housing Policy||05/24/2004||Town of Windsor||
Economic incentives policy for encouraging workforce housing development.
|City of Loveland Affordable Housing Code||04/04/2017||City of Loveland||
Updated affordable housing code incentives for mult-family housing.
|Northern Colorado Market Outlook||03/29/2017||Funding Partners||
CSU Everitt Center Market Watch – CoStar Market Analytics
|NoCo Housing Overview – MetroStudy||03/29/2017||Funding Partners||
CSU Everitt Center Market Watch Presentation – Metrostudy