Tag Archives: affordable housing
Please, right now, go check out this column by Thomas Sowell. Suffice to say, he nails it about the root cause of housing UN-affordability in the San Francisco area: Housing prices in San Francisco, and in many other communities for … Continue reading
According to this insightful article, it does appear that in an effort to enact regulations and “do something,” the federal government has once again created a regulatory scheme that works against the very Americans it is intended to help. Witness … Continue reading
MHI’s Lesli Gooch has written an excellent piece in Roll Call on the need for modest reforms that will benefit manufactured housing consumers. Here is a part of her on-point assessment: While the law’s intent was to protect consumers, it is currently … Continue reading
Here is an interesting Washington Times article on the affordable housing issue. From the article: The J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation, a new nonprofit comprising some top names in the housing industry, is aiming to get presidential candidates to commit to solutions … Continue reading
Be sure to check out this excellent article on factory-built housing from the Akron Beacon Journal.
Factory-built housing retailers and contractors want to do whatever it takes to satisfy your housing needs and to make sure that you have the best home-buying experience you can. But, did you know that there are some things they just … Continue reading
The laws of economics know no international boundaries. Supply and demand works the same in the United States as it does in Australia. With that in mind, you ought to check out this story from South Australia.
What is the best way to make sure private firms do not invest in a particular industry? Take the profit out of it. That is exactly what some politicians in Delaware are doing by trying to impose rent controls on … Continue reading