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Research & Publications

Florida Housing has an extensive library of publications on topics related to Affordable Housing. The publications can be found on the Publications web page.

In consultation with state agencies, Florida Housing funded the development of three pilot sites to evaluate whether cost savings to public services were possible when persons experiencing chronic homelessness who were high utilizers of crisis services received permanent supportive housing. This report, which Florida Housing published in April 2021, summarizes the findings of the three pilot sites, and the three pilots’ reports are also available. In summary all three pilots showed savings to public service costs after formerly homeless people moved into supportive housing, along with better resident personal outcomes.

Florida Housing Issues Report on the Findings of the High Needs High Cost Pilot - VIEW | PRINT

Each of the nonprofits also wrote individual reports summarizing their pilots and outcomes. Links to these reports are below.


Of interest to multifamily affordable and permanent supportive housing stakeholders is Florida Housing’s Rental Market Study. This report is prepared every three years for Florida Housing by the Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing at the University of Florida. The RMS provides information about the characteristics of households in need of affordable rental housing, including the housing needs of farmworkers, commercial fishing workers, and homeless persons as well as the subsidized housing available in the state.

2019 Rental Market Study (Most Recent)


Solution That Saves is a summary of Florida Housing Finance Corporation’s pilot in Duval County to demonstrate the effectiveness of providing Permanent Supportive Housing for homeless persons who are high utilizers of public systems.

The Solution That Saves 2018 Two Year Evaluation 1


Florida Housing Finance Corporation created the Homeless Schoolchildren Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Pilot Program to provide eligible homeless families in Santa Rosa County with one year of rental assistance and case management support. This overview summarizes its findings from a pilot program conducted in Santa Rosa looking at the significant need for affordable, permanent housing options for homeless families with school-aged children.

Santa Rosa Homeless Schoolchildren Demo Overview and First Year Results (004)

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