Published On: July 6th, 2023 | Categories: Reports |

Grounded Solutions and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, in partnership with the University of Toronto, completed the first comprehensive national study of Community Land Trusts (CLT) and Shared Equity (SE) organizations in more than ten years, finding a 30% increase in the number of organizations working in this space that have created nearly 44,000 housing opportunities.

The report — The 2022 Census of Community Land Trusts and Shared Equity Entities in the United States: Prevalence, Practice and Impact — found 314 CLT and SE organizations operating in 46 states across the country. The housing created by these organizations includes rental homes, shared equity and non-shared equity homes, lease-to-purchase homes, and manufactured homes. In addition to data about the housing created and the households who benefitted, the report digs into program characteristics, organizational governance, financial wellness, and mortgage financing and funding trends.

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