Trends in Shared Equity Housing
“Trends in Shared Equity Housing” is a working paper commissioned by The Cooperative Development Foundation (CDF) on the models, their history, and financing and technical assistance needs by researchers from The Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University
International Policies to Promote Cooperative Housing
This publication offers an international review of the legal tools and public policies available to different levels of government to promote housing cooperatives. It also brings together policies that shape the production phase, impact housing management, and focus on maintaining the model over time. It is based on the analysis of case studies of cities, regions and countries where public policies have played a significant role in promoting housing cooperatives.
CLH Training – Governance in Community-Led Housing
This guidance is about good governance and the responsibilities of those who are charged with governing community-led housing organisations. It relates to G4 Basic Governance, L4 Excellence in Governance, and L5 Statutory, … Read More
Financing Co-operative and Mutual Housing
The Commission’s final report on Cooperative and Mutual Housing (Bringing Democracy Home) highlighted the need for consideration of the role that cooperative and mutual housing could play in the national housing strategy. … Read More
The Health of Our Section – An Aggregate Report of NASCO Member CO-OP Health Assessments
The purposes of conducting health assessments and compiling this aggregate report are to 1) document and share best practices among different group equity housing cooperatives, 2) to offer member co-ops a long-term … Read More
The state of Housing in Europe in 2021
offers concrete policy recommendations on how to overcome substantial challenges to decent, sustainable, inclusive, affordable housing.
Social, affordable and co-operative housing in Europe – Case studies
The Housing Agency of Ireland has compiled 44 case studies from Switzerland, Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Denmark, that respond to the various challenges of providing adequate housing.