Is housing affordability a supply problem or an income distribution problem? And how do housing trends vary by income level? In this podcast, Corey and Steve discuss the affordability crisis with Chris Herbert, managing director at the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University. Chris shares his extensive knowledge of the rental market and market trends, and together, the group covers a wide range of topics – supply, incomes, urban revitalization, suburban trends, generational changes and how the market is being driven by boomers and millennials.

  • Chapter 1: 0:00 - 9:30 – The renter market
  • Chapter 2: 9:30 - 20:30 – Geographies and supply challenges
  • Chapter 3: 20:30 - 29:30 – New ideas in design and the Ivory Prize
  • Chapter 4: 29:30 - 38:30 – Income analysis, housing preservation and subsidies
  • Chapter 5: 38:30 - end – The next 5 to 10 years

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