A blog dedicated to affordable housing and better quality of life in Los Angeles.
Homeowners, not developers, are really the ones who benefit financially when we limit housing supply.
When it comes to urban density, we're not all goldilocks. We don't all want the same porridge.
Gas taxes do not cover the costs of construction and maintenance.
We are directly contradicting our ideals when it comes to the environment, immigration and social equity.
If new construction increased home prices, then why are rents also going up in the L.A. neighborhoods that don't build?
Over the last century, they have had an increasingly larger share on household spending.
Housing supply (or lack thereof) determines why some tech cities remain affordable, and others don't.
Why is one considered a national crisis, and the other tolerated as par for the course?