Addressing housing affordability needs to be a priority. But it can’t be done through rent control.
New evidence from across the Atlantic demonstrates just how structurally unsound and destructive rent control policies are.
Andrew Ackerman and Nicole Friedman with the Wall Street Journal outline how President Biden’s infrastructure proposal could help cities address their housing shortages.
Mercatus Center Senior Research Fellow Salim Furth argues that in order to increase housing affordability, Americans need to embrace a vision of suburbia that includes growth and change.
YIMBY Alliance Founder John Myers and Manhattan Institute State and Local Policy Director Michael Hendrix outline how localizing zoning decisions can help remove barriers to development and affordability.
Conor Dougherty with the New York Times details how the housing affordability crisis is spreading to other parts of the country.
Rent control is on the rise yet again.
Phoenix Suns Point Guard Chris Paul and Turner Impact Capital Founder Bobby Turner discuss the benefits of social impact investments in affordable housing.
Jacob Anbinder examines misconceptions about real estate development and housing.
NPR’s Chris Arnold reports on the alarming number of Americans now using credit cards to pay rent and what that could mean for housing affordability crisis.