Trump and Carson’s 180 on zoning reform

Last January, the Department of Housing and Urban Development proposed a new rule that would govern its program participants’ duty to affirmatively further fair housing (AFFH). One of the proposed rule’s objectives was to increase ....

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AEI housing market indicators, July 29, 2020

Slides · Methodology The American Enterprise Institute’s Housing Center released its monthly update to the AEI Housing Market Indicators on July 29th, 2020. This month’s main takeaways include: Week 30 continues the past two months’ ....

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5 questions for Nicole Gelinas on American cities and the pandemic

As Americans adjust to the coronavirus pandemic, what long-term changes to life in the American city should we expect? And what sorts of policy measures should be taken to account for these changes? Nicole Gelinas ....

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AEI housing market indicators, July 2020

Slides · Methodology The American Enterprise Institute’s Housing Center released its monthly update to the AEI Housing Market Indicators on July 1st, 2020. This month’s main takeaways include: Week 26 continues weeks’ 21-25 strong upward ....

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How will American cities be changed by the pandemic? My long-read Q&A with Nicole Gelinas

Will future historians mark the COVID-19 pandemic as the end of the American city? What will be the long-term impact of coronavirus on cities like New York? What does the government need to be doing ....

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The coronavirus could send hundreds of small banks to the ICU

The Federal Reserve Board recently announced the results of its mandatory Dodd-Frank stress test for the 34 largest banking institutions. The Fed estimates that these institutions could post losses in the range of $560-$700 billion ....

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