Housing View – June 21, 2019

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • Why Housing Policy Feels Like Generational Warfare – The Atlantic
  • Cities Start to Question an American Ideal: A House With a Yard on Every Lot – New York Times
  • Land Use Regulation and Housing Prices – University of Pennsylvania
  • New York property barons lose grip on state politics – Financial Times
  • Roy on Resegregation and Other Roots of the Housing Crisis – UCLA
  • Will Fannie and Freddie get a new sibling? – MarketWatch
  • Los Angeles Is in Crisis. So Why Isn’t It Building More Housing? – The Atlantic
  • On Rent Subsidies and Affordable Housing – Wall Street Journal
  • Is America Finally Waking Up to Its Government-Created Housing Crisis? – Reason
  • Minimum Wage Still Can’t Pay for a Two-Bedroom Apartment Anywhere – Citylab


On other countries:

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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