The U.S. Needs a National Vision for Housing Policy


Despite our technological and societal progression, the fact remains that rent burdens, housing prices, and the housing market are still struggling. These issues not only paint an uncertain future for American homeowners, but also contribute to problems like tenant displacement and homelessness. In order to combat such problems, as PISC Senior Scholar Vincent Reina writes in his issue brief, it is likely that the government will have to play a larger role. The brief also discusses the demographic and economic changes that are reconfiguring the U.S. housing landscape, and recommends several policy prescriptions for addressing various issues.

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