The Washington Post: “The D.C. region needs to build 87 new homes per day. It’s not close.”

Five years ago, elected officials in the D.C. area concluded that at least 320,000 new housing units were needed to accommodate the region’s anticipated growth.

Marketplace: “How landlords and tenants are reacting to a changing rental market”

The post-COVID rental market is experiencing significant changes affecting renters and landlords alike.

The Pew Charitable Trusts: “Zoning Reform Can Cure Hawaii’s Housing Struggles”

Alex Horowitz, director of the Pew Charitable Trusts’ housing policy initiative, argues that Hawaii’s housing shortage is to blame for the state’s high rental and homebuying costs. 


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