Anthony Orlando of the Economic Roundtable discusses new report findings that the pandemic could cause twice as much new homelessness as the 2008 Great Recession.
Between the two world wars, Vienna undertook one of the most ambitious public housing programmes ever. That effort is still credited with maintaining affordability a century later.
Recent analysis from the Eviction Lab finds that moratoriums significantly reduced the rate of expulsion filings in US cities, but many of those protections are set to expire soon.
The Texas capital wants to show that it can build light rail while protecting nearby communities at risk of displacement.
France is experimenting with rent controls to better protect inhabitants and make its housing markets more sustainable.
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Much depends on control of the Senate, but the administration may have a few tools of its own to encourage cities to change their land-use rules.
Covid-19 has amplified the structural problems with these tiny apartments as daily life spills out into the street.
Mayor Ada Colau says her city's ongoing work to create affordable housing and safer streets provided a foundation for its crisis response.
A group of housing advocates are hoping a new referendum will transfer ownership of a quarter of a million apartments to the people.
Programmes that match seniors with students increase the supply of affordable housing while decreasing both living costs and social isolation.