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Election 2016

Will housing sway your vote?

We asked voters if they would be more likely to support candidates who prioritize affordable homes.

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Voters to presidential candidates: start talking about affordable housing

Next City | Three-quarters of the roughly 1,000 Americans recently surveyed by Ipsos Public Affairs say they are more likely to support a presidential candidate who makes housing affordability a key focus of their campaign and administration. Read More

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Pittsburgh is the first stop for millennials looking to raise awareness of affordable-housing issues.

Rachel Reilly Carroll’s first trip to Pittsburgh wasn’t filled with trips up and down the Duquesne Incline or taking in a Steelers game at Heinz Field. Read More

Jobs that don’t pay the rent

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How America’s renters are getting a raw deal

By: John Griffith | Twelve points that make the case for change Read More

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Building Justice: New York City’s separate and unequal neighborhoods

City Limits | As New Yorkers, we often take pride in living in a highly diverse and inclusive city.  Read More

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New Orleans affordable housing policy moves forward

The Times-Picayune | A proposal to require real estate developers to report how their projects would influence affordability in the New Orleans housing market moved one step forward Tuesday (Aug. 23). Read More

How Do Rent-Burdened New Yorkers Cope?

The New York Times | Housing is generally considered affordable if a household allots no more than 30 percent of its income to home payments and utilities. Read More

What will Vancouver's housing market implosion do to Seattle?

Curbed | What would you call a 20% drop in one month? Read More

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