Housing View – February 28, 2020

On the US:

  • ‘A Mask for Racial Discrimination.’ How Housing Voucher Programs Can Hurt the Low-Income Families They’re Designed to Help – Time
  • Why Does It Cost $750,000 to Build Affordable Housing in San Francisco? – New York Times
  • The Airbnb Effect On Housing And Rent – Forbes
  • US housing finance is stuck in a complex knot of contradictions – Financial Times
  • Housing regulations are getting in the way of fighting homelessness – Washington Post
  • The declining elasticity of US housing supply – VOX
  • Joe Biden wants tougher standards for real-estate appraisers to help black and Latinx homeowners – MarketWatch
  • Special briefing on walkability – American Enterprise Institute
  • Does Joe Biden Have a Plan to Stop Gentrification? – Citylab


On other countries:

  • [China] History and Outlook of China’s Housing Market – SpringerLink
  • [Netherlands] Dutch house price boom continues – Global Property Guide
  • [New Zealand] New Zealand’s housing market bounced back strongly – Global Property Guide
  • [United Kingdom] Housing insecurity, homelessness, and populism: Evidence from the UK – VOX

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