Democrats and Republicans have all launched competing housing plans. But the common denominator is that they see the need for more housing.
The bureaucracy favors single-family homes over condos, and for no good reason.
Federal transportation money gets redistributed to rural areas - amounting to a raw deal for major metros.
Canadian lumber is integral to the U.S. housing market. Will sticking duties on it hurt U.S. homebuyers?
Government cannot credibly invest in the companies of the future, nor can it wisely pick the right locales for infrastructure.
Rapido, a program based in Texas, offers a fast and flexible solution.
The latter strategy will be useless, even counter-productive, if not mixed with the former strategy.
Post-World War II federal urban renewal is today widely viewed as a failure. Yet cities are repeating the mistake with tax increment financing.
Indian tribes are a unique American culture, both connected to, and sovereign from, the United States
Experts are divided on whether the bill will increase or decrease prices. But they expect the latter for hot coastal markets.
But burdensome federal regulations are getting in the way.
New Markets Tax Credits, a federal program better known for restoring cities, is actually subsidizing rural America.
Telling people they should move may not seem nice, but perhaps it's practical.