Housing View – September 13, 2019

On the US:

  • First Reactions: The Treasury Plan for GSE Reform by Administrative Means – Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • The Trump administration’s new plan to privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, explained – VOX
  • Trump’s housing finance plan will make mortgages more expensive, especially for black borrowers, housing groups say – Washington Post
  • Subduing the Housing Godzillas – Wall Street Journal
  • The fall housing market expected to be more of the same – Washington Post
  • Housing Sentiment Inches Higher, Driven by Mortgage Rate Outlook – Fannie Mae
  • Campaign 2020: How to fix America’s housing policies – Brookings
  • Housing finance reform battle lines drawn in Senate hearing – Market Watch
  • The Share Economy Can Help Lower Housing Prices If We Let It – Forbes
  • California Rent Control Bill Advances, Fueled by Housing Crisis – New York Times
  • How State and Local Governments are Responding to the Affordability Crisis – Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • A Real Housing Economist Speaks – Forbes
  • California lawmakers move to reinstate, revamp local affordable housing program – Los Angeles Times
  • California Approves Statewide Rent Control to Ease Housing Crisis – New York Times


On other countries:

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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