Cost-Burdened Renters

Harvard Study Highlights Post-Recession Housing Progress But Work To Be Done

By Jon Anderson / June 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

The only hope many younger generations have to accumulate wealth is to stay cozy with grandma. Since 1995 (over a decade before the Recession), the median wealth of 25-34 year olds declined 39 percent, while 35-44 year olds declined 27 percent, and 45-54 year olds’ wealth declined 15 percent. There have been potent gains reported […]

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Dallas Ushers In Its First Comprehensive Housing Policy

By Jon Anderson / May 10, 2018 / 9 Comments

Yesterday morning, the Dallas City Council unanimously approved its first housing policy aimed at addressing affordable housing.  It took a while, but we’ve finally put on our big boy pants.  You may recall back in January the city rolled out a Market Value Analysis that measured housing across Dallas to map the varying levels of […]

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