The Housing Initiative at Penn released a report titled “Exploring a Universal Housing Voucher.” The interactive online report examines the projected impacts of a universal Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program and provides estimates of how many renter households would be served. Adjusting for various factors impacting voucher use, the authors estimate a universal voucher program would serve 5.6 million renter households, or 3.3 million more than are currently served.
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