Haynes Supported Housing Research

Housing Research Briefs (HRBs) on Los Angeles

Do Shortages Lead to Dislodgment of Disappearing Renters? (HRB 6)
by Dowell Myers and JungHo Park, Forthcoming
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation

Where Do Low-Income Angelenos Live? (HRB 5)
by JungHo Park and Dowell Myers, January 2019
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation > HRB 5 (pdf)

Who Lives in New Housing in Los Angeles? (HRB 4)
by Dowell Myers and JungHo Park, January 2019
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation > HRB 4 (pdf)

How Much Worse is Affordability in LA than Before? (HRB 3)
by Dowell Myers, JungHo Park, and Eduardo Mendoza, September 2018
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation > HRB 3 (pdf)

How Much Added Housing is Really Needed in Los Angeles? (HRB 2)
by Dowell Myers, JungHo Park, and Eduardo Mendoza, August 2018
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation > HRB 2 (pdf)

How Much Added Housing is Really Needed in California? (HRB 1)
by Dowell Myers, JungHo Park, and Janet Li, August 2018
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation > HRB 1 (pdf)

 

Cityscape publication by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that expands on HRB 3

A Constant Quartile Mismatch Indicator of Changing Rental Affordability in U.S. Metropolitan Areas, 2000 to 2016
by Dowell Myers and JungHo Park, March 2019, Cityscape > Cityscape     > All 50 Metros Rankings

 

Slate news article explaining the importance of the new affordability measurement in HRB 3

What Makes Rent “Affordable”? America’s Standard Metric Compares Rents to Incomes. That Doesn’t Tell the Whole Story.
by Henry Grabar in Slate magazine, October 1, 2018, interpreting the report on worsening housing affordability by Dowell Myers, JungHo Park, and Eduardo Mendoza > Slate