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Your Parents’ Financial Advice Is (Kind Of) Wrong

The Wall Street Journal

The typical US home now sells for more than four...

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California Approves Statewide Rent Control to Ease Housing Crisis

The New York Times

Nationally, about a quarter of tenants pay more than half...

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The 10 Most Popular Home Improvements

The New York Times

Spending on home improvement has grown more than 50 percent...

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The State of the Nation's Housing Research Seminar

September 2019

In this brown bag lunch, Daniel McCue, a senior research...

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How Educational Choice Reshapes Residential Segregation's Causes and Consequences: Evidence from Los Angeles County

September 2019

Although choice-based school enrollment systems have substantially weakened the ties...

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Aging in [a] Place Symposium: Planning, Design & Spatial Justice in Aging Societies

October 2019

The United States is an aging society where economic inequality...

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A Home Builder Perspective on Housing Affordability and Construction Innovation

July 2019

The backdrop for the HIVE (Housing Innovation Vision Economics) Home...

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GSE Reform: None or Mostly Done?

August 2019

Over the past decade, Congress and most housing finance policy...

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Estimating the Gap in Affordable and Available Rental Units for Families

April 2019

While we typically think of family households as homeowners, renters...

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Riordan Frost

Research Analyst

How State and Local Governments are Responding to the Affordability Crisis

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

The country is in the midst of a housing affordability crisis. As our recent State of the Nation’s Housing report...

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Don Layton

Senior Industry Fellow

First Reactions: The Treasury Plan for GSE Reform by Administrative Means

Monday, September 09, 2019

The US Treasury’s much-awaited Housing Reform Plan, identifying recommended legislative and administrative changes of the government sponsored enterprises (GSEs), issued...

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Don Layton

Senior Industry Fellow

The 2018 GSE Stress Test Results: A Major Policy Success and Its Implications for the Proposed Capital Rule

Wednesday, September 04, 2019

New stress test results for the two government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, released on August 15, did...

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Ann Carpenter

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Exploring a Decade of Contract for Deed Sales in the Midwest

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Contract for deed home sales, a once-notorious practice that seemingly faded into obscurity in the 1970s, have gained greater attention...

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The State of the Nation's Housing Research Seminar

Date: Friday, September 13, 2019

Location: Gund Hall, Room 109

In this brown bag lunch, Daniel McCue, a senior research associate at the Center who oversaw our latest State of the Nation's Housing report, will discuss the key findings, including how the shortfall in new housing is putting pressure on house prices and rents and eroding affordability for modest-income households in many markets.