Senior Director, Foundation Relations
This is a full-time, exempt position, located in Washington, DC.
Building off the Terwilliger Center’s Family Renter Housing and Attainable Housing reports, this new report focuses on strategies and models for building purpose built single-family or townhome – low- and mid-density rentals (SFR). There is an emerging and still undefined spectrum of innovative housing that serves a product want and need between garden apartments and traditional single-family homes.
Low-Density Rental Housing in America is the first report that codifies the SFR market’s language, product types and differentiating characteristics. The report looks at three general ownership models and structures to define the three product types of SFRs:
The Low-Density Rental Housing in America report also outlines key characteristics of each unique purpose-built SFR model demonstrating the success of each one: