Housing

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

Cohort Insights into Recovery of Millennial Homeownership after the Great Recession
by Dowell Myers, Hyojung Lee, and Patrick Simmons, January 2019, Journal of Housing Economics > J of H Econ

Simulating the Change in Young Adult Homeownership Through 2035: Effects of Growing Diversity and Rising Educational Attainment
by Dowell Myers, Gary Painter, Julie Zissimopoulos, Hyojung Lee, and Johanna Thunell, January 2019, Housing Policy Debate > HPD

How Do Shortages Lead to Dislodgement and Disappearing Renters? (Housing Research Brief 6)
by Dowell Myers and JungHo Park, August 2019
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation > HRB 6 (pdf)

Where Do Low-Income Angelenos Live? (Housing Research Brief 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? (Housing Research Brief 4)
by Dowell Myers and JungHo Park, January 2019
sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation > HRB 4 (pdf)

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

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

Homeownership Rate Rises for First Time in Years, Led by Millennials Across the States
by Dowell Myers, September 14, 2018
> Research Note (pdf)

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

The Coming Exodus of Older Homeowners
by Dowell Myers and Patrick Simmons, July 11, 2018
> Fannie Mae Housing Insights

Resolving the Millennial Homeownership Rate Paradox
by Dowell Myers, Hyojung Lee, and Patrick Simmons, May 9, 2018
> Fannie Mae Perspective

The Awakening of Millennial Homeownership Demand
by Dowell Myers and Patrick Simmons, November 29, 2017
> Fannie Mae Perspective

How your parents affect your chances of buying a home
by Emily Badger in Washington Post Wonkblog, May 4, 2016, interpreting the report on parental assistance by Dowell Myers, Gary Painter, Julie Zissimopoulos, Hyojung Lee, and Johanna Thunell > Washington Post Wonkblog

Diverted Homeowners, the Rental Crisis and Foregone Household Formation
by Dowell Myers, Gary Painter, Hyojung Lee, and JungHo Park
April 2016, sponsored by the Research Institute for Housing America > Report (pdf)

Peak Millennials: Three Reinforcing Cycles That Amplify the Rise and Fall of Urban Concentration by Millennials
by Dowell Myers, April 25, 2016 > Peak Millennials (pdf)

Cohort Momentum and Future Homeownership: The Outlook to 2050
by Dowell Myers and Hyojung Lee, March 2016
> Future Homeownership (pdf)

Immigrant Contributions to Housing Demand
by Dowell Myers and John Pitkin, March 2013
sponsored by the Research Institute for Housing America > Report (pdf)

Is Prop 13 Behind the Times?
by Dowell Myers, July 15, 2012
> Planetizen Article about Sacramento Bee op-ed

Housing Market Links Older Whites, Young Latinos
by Dowell Myers, July 31, 2011
> Sacramento Bee op-ed (pdf)

Attrition of Homeownership in California in the 2000s: Now Seeking Generational Replacements
by Dowell Myers, July 2011, sponsored by the Haynes Foundation > Report (pdf)

California Roller Coaster: Income and Housing in Boom and Bust, 1990-2010
by Dowell Myers, Ray Calnan, Anna Jacobsen, and Josh Wheeler
July 2012, sponsored by the Haynes Foundation > Report (pdf)

The Demographics of Proposition 13: Large Disparities Between the Generations and the Unsustainable Effects of House Prices
by Dowell Myers, September 2009 > Report (pdf)

Avoiding Failure to Launch: A Grown Children Benchmark for Projecting Future Housing Needs
by Dowell Myers and Sung Ho Ryu, April 2006
Fannie Mae Foundation Special Report, Washington, D.C.

California Homeowners Growing Stake in Infrastructure and the Future
by Dowell Myers, John Pitkin, and Julie Park, April 2006
> Keston Institute for Infrastructure Research Paper (pdf)

The Great Housing Collapse in California
by Dowell Myers and Julie Park, May 2002
Fannie Mae Foundation Special Report, Washington, D.C.

Advances in Homeownership Across the States and Generations: Continued Gains for the Elderly and Stagnation Among the Young
by Dowell Myers, 2001
Fannie Mae Foundation Census Note 08