Grants are great, but it's not game over if we can't get them
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Congress has been playing chicken over housing (and climate) funding. New York has to take the wheel.
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$80 billion for public housing, $90 billion for vouchers, Faircloth soft-repeal
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Less than we used to. A brief analysis of HUD spending trends over the past 60 years.
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Landlords are collectively shooting themselves in the foot. They would be better off forgiving rent.
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Under the current regime, higher corporate taxes means more affordable housing
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The largest group of severely cost burdened renters is those who pay more than 90% of their income to rent—a whopping 12% of renter households—a…
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Bloomberg’s artful omission of new construction data in its analysis of Berlin's new rent control law
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Rents and home prices in the CPI compared with industry indices.
It would be a terrible time to open the eviction floodgates
Or, how to give people money
Is the sky falling?