Battles with local, regional, state, and federal regulators currently pass too much cost burden to people sitting at kitchen tables. What can and should housing's leaders do about that now?
P4 -- a fourth revision to 2021 budget and operational forecasts -- needs to reflect shifts from tailwinds to headwinds before 'actuals' start comping to booming 2020 measures.
Stakes stack higher as White House steps up to protect renters from eviction measures during the latest surge of COVID-19 Delta variants.
Land use, development, and investment expert -- and TBD Dream Teamer -- Scott Cox weighs in on a key question for municipal officials. If "we can't build our way out of" the housing crisis, what's the plan?
Much as they'd rather not face it if they don't have to, builders and their business partners face a critical challenge to get out of a victim-villain vicious circle, and start winning over voters.
In shock-therapy approach, the National Association of Realtors calls on lawmakers to call housing what it is ... infrastructure, and fund it accordingly.
The newly-open FHFA permanent director position has become a lightning rod for battles over government's role in housing's affordability crisis.
The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies annual analysis, "The State of The Nation's Housing 2021," releases today, diving deep in the data that tells housing's sharp divides.
Institutional investment's push to own single-family rental properties has a sharply different cause, a different effect, and a profoundly different solution than many housing experts detect. Here's Dreamer Scott Cox's view.
A looming eviction crisis, coming amid market-rate boom, calls on housing's leaders and policymakers to work for solutions.