Reports & Resources Library
There are a lot of housing data resources out there, and sometimes it can be challenging to find the right one. HDC has a number of original reports and a library of external resources curated by HDC staff.
If you are an HDC member or government entity and you could use assistance locating the most appropriate housing data source, don’t hesitate to email our policy team at [email protected]. We would be happy to provide guidance and point you in the right direction.
HDC Original Reports
An examination of policy tools have King County cities have implemented or committed to implement. Includes scorecards for 19 King County cities.
A guide to affordable housing policy tools for local governments and advocates in Washington State.
An analysis of racial equity in the affordable housing sector as well as foundational information of racial equity. The toolkit was designed around four tenets: Education on racial equity, Identification of racial issues in organization, Creation of a plan for change, and Implementation of the tools for the future.
A report recommending several strategies for cities to improve the conditions of their affordable housing stock without jeopardizing the affordability homes. Strategies include increasing access to information, incentives and regulations, and tenant support policies.
A follow up to our 2015 report “Improving Health of Housing in South King County,” this white paper provides a detailed proposal of how South King County could adopt and utilize a resource and referral network and community health workers in unsubsidized housing.
A glossary of commonly used affordable housing jargon.
External Data Resources
The most reliable and up-to-date data sources compiled by HDC staff.
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