Coverage of real estate tax planning, including passive loss rules, tax-free exchanges, workouts, REMICS and REITs.
Frequency: Published each month
Archived Date: Back to May 5, 1999
Requires Bloomberg sign-on, UR faculty and students only.
The only publication of its kind, the Bulletin keeps readers informed on important developments in housing policy and law.
Articles: Include reports and analysis of federal legislation, regulations, program developments, and significant recent cases as well as strategies for legal services and advocates on tenants and housing rights issues.
Summaries: Include federal and state housing cases, regulations, published and unpublished notices.
Published by: American Bar Association
The Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law serves as a clearinghouse of information on programs related to affordable housing and community development law and provides training programs for lawyers and concerned laypersons.
Shelterforce is the nation’s oldest continually published community development magazine. Since 1975, Shelterforce has been a primary forum for organizers, activists, advocates, and policymakers in the affordable-housing, equitable economic development, neighborhood revitalization, and community organizing movements.
Published by: The National Housing Institute
Housing touches on several other areas of law, so research should not be limited to subject-specific journals.