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The City's Housing Needs Analysis consists of five distinct reports that analyze the state of housing supply, housing affordability issues and the City's ability to meet projected housing demand going into 2035.
The reports below can be found on The Portland Plan website, by clicking "Learn About Your City" in the top menu bar, then selecting "Background Reports".
This report develops a framework to guide the City?s efforts to calculate combined housing and transportation cost burden, particularly as it pertains to housing affordability.
This report provides an update on the current state of housing supply, households and housing affordability.
This report examines housing affordability within the city for both owner-occupied and rental units.
This report documents relevant characteristics of the housing stock for the City of Portland.
This report examines whether the supply of existing and new housing will be able to meet demand, and in where certain types of housing could be needed most.
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