Right now, 20 million American families are struggling to afford a home. So why isn’t the high cost of housing an election issue? Join us to demand attention, action and resources from Congress.MAKE NOISE. MAKE CHANGE.
We asked voters if they would be more likely to support candidates who prioritize affordable homes.
The Hill | Nearly every U.S. Presidential Administration in recent history has viewed housing as a fundamental plank of its core domestic agenda for one clear reason: Access to safe, affordable housing, whether owned or rented, is critical to the economic success of every American. Read MoreRead More
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
The Wall Street Journal | Only 22% of votes cast in the 2012 election were by renters, but that's set to tick upward. Read More
By: John Griffith | Twelve points that make the case for change Read More
Crain's Detroit Business | Where are the new skyscrapers in Detroit? Read More
AJC | Ryan Gravel, the man behind Atlanta’s increasingly popular Beltline, resigned Monday from the organization that helps raise funds for the project, according to a news report. Read More
FiveThirtyEight | “In 2013, everything crumbled all at once,” Makera Meng said. Read More