November 30, 2018

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Many low-income workers struggle against rising rents in metro Atlanta

When Alicia Moore moved into the Alpharetta apartment complex more than a decade ago, the rent was $600 a month, but it has steadily climbed to $919 plus fees. Now, the owner is making improvements Moore doesn’t think she needs while raising the rent by $100.

November 29, 2018

Reuters

Future US seniors to face housing crunch as wealth declines

American homes are showing their age - not the houses, but the people living in them.

November 28, 2018

The Pew Charitable Trusts

Rent Control Is Making a Comeback. But Is That a Good Idea?

After decades of being dismissed by economists as a has-been, rent control is making a comeback. It’s a high-stakes resurgence, fueled by a rapidly worsening housing crisis — but it faces strong opposition from the real estate industry.

November 26, 2018

The Washington Post

What Trump has not done for African Americans and Hispanics

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