Tools for affordable housing factor interconnectivity
This solution addresses gaps in understanding affordable housing factor interconnectivity in United States for regional/local governments, real estate developers, researchers, etc.
Problem DescriptionAffordable housing is a complex issue that brings together real estate development, housing policies (vouchers, rent controlled units, etc.), and transportation/job connectivity at a minimum. Keeping track of multiple factors, some of which are handled by specialists, can be challenging. Not being able to keep track of all the factors hinders progress towards realistic and multi-faceted planning.
Affordable housing implementation involves not only local/regional government decision making, but close coordination with real estate developers and transportation professionals to balance project needs.
Solution StageOne of the 7 stages of an innovation. Learn more
|STAGE||SPECIALIST SKILLS REQUIRED||EXAMPLE ACTIVITIES||RISK LEVEL AND HANDLING||FINANCE REQUIRED||KINDS OF EVIDENCE GENERATED||GOAL|
|Making the case4||Business development and evaluation|
|A stronger case with cost and benefit projections developed through practical trials and experiments, involving potential users||Clarity about what warrants implementation and funding|