local regulatory burden
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?
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.
A land-use policy update: Pandemic, economic, and social upheaval foretell a more diverse and inclusive future of towns and cities.
We are often considered to be part of the problem. There is a common perception among most housing advocates that we make obscene profits and don’t “get” what consumers need/want.
The White House's $2 trillion infrastructure plan weaves a transformative approach to housing as a solution into its jobs, transportation, water, power, and digital access ecosystem.