The Future of Affordability By Eric S. Belsky
For-profit developers follow trends closely, for good reason. Nonprofit housers and advocates should do the same. Here are four trends that will affect your work over the next decade.
Insuring Reinvestment By Andrea Caliz Luquetta and Deborah Goldberg
Insurance companies, like banks, do business in low-income communities, but so far they havent been held accountable in the same ways. Advocates across the country are taking a variety of approaches to bring the industry up to speed.
Common Ground By Danielle Arigoni, AICP
Smart growth and affordable housing are often seen as necessarily conflicting, but in fact they share many goals, and members of both movements are learning to work together.
Labor Goes to Bat for Housing By Amy Dean
San Jose is a boomtown with a massive housing crisis. But a new labor-community coalition has proposed an ambitious plan and is getting it done.