The House version of the tax bill would undermine the MID. But I’m having a tough time rooting for a good thing being used for an evil end.
Census data reveals just how segregated NYC neighborhoods are.
Gail Radford’s Modern Housing for America has me thinking about why we have a system that subsidizes personal home ownership, and what that means for inequality and the economy. It’s not great.
Community preference, while politically expedient, reinforces residential segregation and doesn’t benefit the most sidelined residents in NYC.
Filtering to ensure affordability is important, but we can’t expect it to solve the affordability crisis on its own.
All new building is not good building. Oregon should reject a new proposal that refuses to distinguish between good and bad development.
When we focus on demand-side approaches to housing affordability, we inevitably tell low income residents that a lack of public services is in their best interest. That’s unacceptable.