CLT, gentrification, community land trust, affordable housing, property tax, human rights, home ownership, community organizing, community development
The availability of affordable housing in the United States continues to be an issue for Americans who are on the brink of homelessness, rely on housing subsidies, or struggle to pay their mortgages or rents. These issues, as well as the gentrification threat that community development poses to low-income residents can have deleterious effects on democratic participation and community development efforts. One proposed solution to these problems is the implementation of more community land trust programs nationally. This paper will assess the practicality of CLTs, and what such an implementation would mean for individuals, government entities, community members, and community development efforts.
Kuka, Andrew, "Community Land Trusts: A Help or Hindrance to Community Development in the United States" (2017). Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development—Student Research. 27.
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