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Shared Equity Homeownership & Model Comparisons

Shared Equity Homeownership is an umbrella term for a collection of homeownership models that seek to ensure ongoing affordability, generation after generation. It generally refers to community land trusts, deed restricted programs, limited equity cooperatives and condominiums and shared appreciation loans. On this page, you’ll find information about shared equity homeownership in general and some studies comparing the different forms of SE housing. For more detailed information about each model, please return to the topical index and click on their individual boxes.


Written Materials & Publications

Prime Property Institutions in a Subprime Era: Towards Innovative Models of Homeownership

JOURNAL ARTICLE: Benito Arruñada & Amnon Lehavi. (Fall, 2010). Berkeley Business Law Journal, Volume 8.


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