Impact of the District of Columbia Homeowner’s and Renter’s Credit on Household Mobility
Hodges, Samuel John
A difference-in-differences model is built using 2013 and 2016 ACS data for the District of Columbia in order to measure if the expansion of Schedule H decreased the probability that a household moved in the past year. The model was tested using no controls, limited controls, and a full slate of control variables. The most robust model showed that the Schedule H expansion, controlling for the variables in the model, was associated with a 5.1 percentage point reduction of the probability of a household eligible for Schedule H moving in the past year when compared to households that were not eligible for Schedule H, calculated using the average of the effect across all observations.
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General Credit, Inc. v. Universal Credit Co. United States. Court of Appeals (District of Columbia Circuit) (1937)