A Democratic White House and a Republican Senate might be the best of all worlds when it comes to federal housing policy.
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NIMBYism comes in many different ideological stripes. Fewer homes and higher rents is always the result.
The president has ditched a promising, free market-influenced revamp of Obama-era fair housing regulations in favor of a legally dubious new rule that's heavy on local control.
Landlords Are Suing To Overturn State Eviction Moratoriums. State Legislators Want To Extend and Expand Them.
What started as a largely uncontroversial emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic has now become subject of intense legal and policy battles.
The new rule would ask localities receiving federal funding to report on their housing market outcomes and propose concrete steps for improving affordability.
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The Manhattan Institute's Howard Husock debates Economic Policy Institute's Richard Rothstein at the Soho Forum.
The HUD Secretary wants to revise Obama-era housing regulations he says do too little to address the real drivers of housing costs.
Austin was part of a group murdered in Tajikistan.
Tenants are challenging a HUD rule that requires local public housing authorities across the country to prohibit people from smoking in their homes.
The city's housing authority committed to selling $138 million of government land for $17 million.
The Navajo Housing Authority has a long and storied history of waste, fraud, and abuse of federal funds.
HUD program a significant source of corruption and cronyism, and much less about helping the poor
How not to deal with abandoned foreclosed homes.
The fight between HUD and Westchester County has implications for property owners in the rest of the country.
The American Enterprise Institute's Peter Wallison on how government, not greed, was the essential ingredient in the 2008 meltdown.