Cities that don't welcome new residents won't thrive.
Ben Carson, secretary of Housing and Urban Development, has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to reports.
On the menu today: Wall Street braces itself for November, trouble in commercial real estate, and a look at exponential-growth bias.
Federal housing programs enacted in the name of the poor have harmed, not helped, their ability to climb the economic ladder. It’s time to try something else.
A real debate may have just begun.
Higher home ownership rates, unpacking Kodak's mismanagement of government funds, and the (likely apocryphal) kidnapping of Adam Smith.
The longer the lockdowns and other COVID-19-linked uncertainty last, the more damaging the consequences.
I cannot help wondering whether this is an early (putting the stock market to one side — for now) sign of asset price inflation to come.
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California Gov Newsom Advocates for Doctors to ‘Write Prescriptions for Housing’ to Treat Mental Illness
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday wrote that doctors should be able to prescribe housing like they are able to prescribe medication.