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Research on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

“Classifying Regulatory Approaches of Jurisdictions for Accessory Dwelling Units: The Case of Long Island” by Katrin B. Anacker (George Mason University Schar School of Public Policy and Government) and Christopher Niedt (Hofstra University) Abstract: Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) are a strategy for providing affordable rental housing. We suggest a typology of regulatory approaches in Long Island, […]

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Inclusionary Zoning and Housing Market Outcomes

“Inclusionary Zoning and Housing Market Outcomes” By Emily Hamilton,  Mercatus Working Paper, Mercatus Center at George Mason University, Arlington, VA, September 2019. Abstract: “As regions across the United States are experiencing high and rising house prices, inclusionary zoning is increasing in popularity as a tool to increase the availability of affordable housing for households making […]

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Fairfax County and School of Business Announce A Housing Challenge

Fairfax County and the George Mason School of Business are proud to host the 2020 Housing Challenge as a means of bringing together students, residents, industry professionals, housing advocates and policy experts to provide solutions to three critical challenges facing Fairfax County in our pursuit towards enhanced home affordability – particularly for those earning low to […]

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A Lesson in Perseverance in Development

Adam Weers, an experienced principal with national development firm Trammell Crow Company, addressed a group of real estate students and alumni at the Master in Real Estate Development program’s Role Model Thursday event last October 24 in Arlington.  Role Model Thursdays are networking events held several times a year with a featured real estate executive […]

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