California Continues its Housing Policy Reinvention
It’s no longer business as usual in California when it comes to planning and developing housing.
Zoning Reform and Tax Abatements Drive Cincinnati's New Housing Equity Agenda
New political leadership in Cincinnati is centering housing equity in a proposal that would ease zoning restrictions and streamline Low Income Housing Tax Credits, among other measures.
Will SB 9 and SB 10 Make Any Difference?
In dramatic fashion, the movement to undo single-unit zoning is going statewide in California with the passage of SB 9 in California. It's an emotional, moral victory for housing advocates—and a ton of work for the state's planners.
Opinion: California Should Pass Aggressive Housing Reform
While some lawmakers oppose recent efforts to reform housing policies, others argue the state's affordability crisis calls for bold action.
Principles of Housing Finance Reform: The Imperative of Rebuilding the System
In a new article, Penn IUR Fellow Joseph Tracy and Penn IUR Co-Director Susan Wacther write about the imperative of rebuilding the housing finance system.
Reducing the Mortgage Interest Deduction Could Be a Bipartisan Victory
The Washington Post Editorial Board calls for reform of the mortgage interest tax deduction.
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