Housing Research and Reports
Housing Market Study & Needs Assessment
The Housing Leadership Council is dedicated to providing up-to-date information and research on housing. We are currently updating our Housing Needs Assessment and Municipal Profiles for Palm Beach County. A previous Employer Survey showed that a majority of Palm Beach County employers recognized the need for workforce housing in order to retain and attract quality employees. This Employer Survey is also being updated. The previous grants can be accessed here:
Click here for a copy of the 2007 PBC Housing Market Update and Needs Assessment
Click here for a copy of the Palm Beach County Municipal Profiles
Click here for the Employer Survey
PBC Home Matters Report
Presented by Florida Housing Coalition and Generously Sponsored by PNC Bank
The Housing Leadership Council is pleased to present the Home Matters Palm Beach County housing study. This report gives a detailed overview of our housing situation for both rental and for sale units. One of the most startling findings was the tremendous cost burden our residents are facing with housing costs.
Click here for PBC Home Matters Report.
Rental Housing Study
Rental housing is critical to meeting the needs of our workforce. In 2007 and 2012 in conjunction with The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, a Rental Housing Study was completed which highlights the severe shortage of affordable rental housing in our community.
Click here for a copy of the Rental Housing Study-2013
Click here for a copy of the Rental Housing Study-2008
Regional Housing Study & Plans
Broward County Affordable Housing Need Assessment:
The 2018 Broward County Affordable Housing Needs Assessment provides a current market perspective on the key demand and supply factors impacting the production and availability of affordable housing in Broward County.
Click here to access the study.
City of Miami Housing Master Plan
The Affordable Housing Master Plan is crucial to the City’s future — creating opportunity for City residents and re-developing communities suffering from persistent poverty, underinvestment, and rapid gentrification.
Click here for the Master Plan.