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Rural Housing: Options for Optimizing the Federal Role in Rural Housing Development
Stanley J. Czerwinski. As the distinctions between rural & urban life have blurred, esp. with the develop. of suburbs, some have questioned the need for the separate rural housing (RH) programs that were first created in the mid-1930s to stimulate the rural economy & assist needy rural families. This report describes: the condition of today’s RH & rural households’ access to affordable housing credit; the RH prog. offered by the USDA RH Service (RHS), & the ways in which RHS’ programs have adapted to changes in the level of Fed. housing assist.; any overlap between RHS’ prog. & the prog. of HUD & other Fed., state, & private org.; & options for maximizing the efficiency & effectiveness of the Fed. role in RH. Illustrated.
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