Results for Tag "Housing Crisis"
by Maya Brennan and Veronica Gaitán
Housing is at the epicenter of all opportunities and outcomes. It is the first rung on the ladder to economic opportunity, and a person’s access to opportunity…
by Zachary Murray, State and Local Policy Specialist, Grounded Solutions Network
Communities from coast to coast are confronting a housing affordability crisis, and the crisis takes different forms….
Los Angeles is among the least affordable rental housing markets in the United States. In 2014, rents rose 7.3 percent and the average renting household spent 47 percent of its income on housing….
Estimated Gains in Home Equity Varied by Racial and Ethnic Groups before and during the Great Recession
Did the housing market’s boom and bust before and during the Great Recession expand racial and ethnic gaps in home equity? Jacob W. Faber and Ingrid Gould Ellen examined this question by comparing…