Shared Equity Homeownership: The Changing Landscape
This report provides a detailed description of shared equity homeownership models and the policy and design issues they raise.
This Resource at a Glance
- Shared equity homeownership makes up only a modest share of all owner-occupied housing in the United States, but it is a growing share.
- Shared equity homeownership can build long-lasting wealth for homeowners and for communities
This report, “The Changing Landscape of Resale-Restricted, Owner-Occupied Housing,” addresses shared equity homeownership as a vehicle for promoting individual wealth, stability and engagement, as well as for building wealth and stability at the community level.
The 158-page report was authored by John Emmeus Davis. Davis establishes the value of shared equity homeownership as a means of providing and maintaining affordable housing and strong neighborhoods.