Abundant Housing In Vancouver supports policies that increase all housing types in Metro Vancouver.
Affordable Housing Best Practices Reports provide information on successful affordable-accessible housing development policies and programs.
Affordable Housing Resource Center provides information on policy reforms to support affordable housing development.
Bay Areas Renters Federation (BARF) is an unincorporated club of pro-building, pro-density renters in the San Francisco Bay area.
Cities for Everyone, Portland works to create a city that welcomes everybody regardless of background, income, or age, whether renter or homeowner, lifelong resident or new arrival.
Generation Squeeze advocates for improved economic opportunities and affordability for younger adults, aged 20-50.
The Housing and Transportation (H+T) Affordability Index provides tools for measuring the combined cost of housing and transportation in specific locations.
Housing Market Affordability Indicators Dashboard, by Up For Growth, aggregates statistics on changes in home rents and purchase prices, land use regulation, renter and homeowner cost burdens, and how housing production compares to household and job growth.
National Housing Conference is dedicated to ensuring safe, decent and affordable housing for all in America.
Legalizing Inexpensive Housing is a Sightline Institute series which examines how public policies can support more affordable housing development.
Local Housing Solutions provides resources to help local governments develop comprehensive and balanced housing strategies that enhance affordability, prevent displacement and foster inclusive neighborhoods.
Location Efficiency Hub provides a suite of web-based tools to help planners, developers and individuals identify and create location-efficient communities. Excellent Research Reports.
Making Room Vancouver is the City of Vancouver’s program to create more affordable and inclusive neighborhoods.
Missing Middle describes affordable, medium-density housing types suitable for residential neighborhood infill.
Seattle for Everyone is a coalition that support Seattle’s Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda.
Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda is a City of Seattle program to create more affordable and inclusive neighborhoods.
Sightline Institute is an independent nonprofit research organization that promotes inclusive and sustainable policies, including more Affordable Housing.
Kristin N. Agnello (2020), Child in the City: Planning Communities for Children and Their Families, Plassurban.
Bob Bengford (2017), Visualizing Compatible Density, Municipal Research and Services Center.
Scott Beyer (2016), “YIMBY Nation: The Rise of America’s Pro-Housing Political Coalition,” Forbes.
Cherise Burda and Mike Collins-Williams (2015), Make Way For Mid-Rise: How To Build More Homes In Walkable, Transit-Connected Neighbourhoods, by the GTA Housing Action Lab, Pembina Institute and the Ontario Home Builders Association.
Alex Cecchini (2015), Barriers to Small Scale Infill Development, Streets MN.
CfE (2018), Victoria Affordability Backgrounder, Cities for Everyone.
CNT (2016), Stalled Out How Empty Parking Spaces Diminish Neighborhood Affordability, Center for Neighborhood Technology.
CRD (2018), Housing and Transportation Cost Estimate Study, Capital Regional District.
Sanford Ikeda and Emily Washington (2015), How Land-Use Regulation Undermines Affordable Housing, Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Rick Jacobus (2016), Why We Must Build; We Can’t Build Our Way Out Of The Housing Crisis … But We Won’t Get Out Without Building, Shelterforce.
Richard D. Kahlenberg (2021), “The ‘New Redlining’ Is Deciding Who Lives in Your Neighborhood. If You Care About Social Justice, You Have to Care about Zoning,” New York Times.
Todd Litman (2015), Welcome To Our Neighborhood: A Manifesto For Inclusivity, Planetizen.
Todd Litman (2016), Affordable-Accessible Housing in a Dynamic City: Why and How To Support Development of More Affordable Housing In Accessible Locations, Victoria Transport Policy Institute.
Todd Litman (2017), Reforming Municipal Parking Policies to Align With Strategic Community Goals, Victoria Transport Policy Institute.
Sara Maxana (2016), YIMBY Keynote Speech, Yes In My Backyard Conference.
Margaret Morales (2017), Returning Seattle to its Roots in Diverse Housing Types. Multi-family historic housing exceptions provide homes in opportunity-rich neighborhoods for more than 12,000 Seattleites today, Sightline Institute.
Dan Parolek (2014), Missing Middle Housing: Responding To Demand for Walkable Urban Living, Opticos Design/Missing Middle.
David Staples (2016), Fight Over Housing Density is Generational Warfare, Edmonton Journal.
Robert Steuteville (2016), Walkable is More Affordable, But the Rent is Still Too High: People With Moderate Incomes End Up Spending Less of Their Hard-Earned Income in Walkable Places, Public Square.
Mac Taylor (2016), Perspectives on Helping Low-Income Californians Afford Housing, California Legislative Analyst’s Office.
Fox Tuttle (2021), Parking & Affordable Housing, Shopworks Architecture.