It’s well-established that in many parts of the country, there isn’t enough housing for folks living paycheck to paycheck.
Author: Isabel Rollison
Rebecca Diamond and Jonathan Gruber explain why economic research shows that rent control will lead to a reduced supply of housing.
The Manhattan Institute’s Michael Hendrix interviews Mayer Brown partner Andrew Pincus, the lead attorney in a lawsuit taking on New York State’s sweeping rent-regulation laws.
Gene Balk with the Seattle Times reports on what Seattle’s growing population of renters means for the region.
The Boston Globe’s Tim Logan reports on what a slowdown in building permits could mean for affordability in the area.
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board examines the lopsided numbers fueling Oregon’s housing affordability crisis.
Ryan Ori with The Chicago Tribune reports on why regulatory uncertainty, including the threat of rent control, is chasing development to other cities.
Several economists outline practical ideas to address our housing affordability crisis in The Washington Post.
Politifact’s Bill McCarthy digs into housing claims made by candidates during last month’s presidential debate.
Katherine Khashimova Long details how permitting delays are holding up apartment construction in Seattle.