Affordable Housing

How the pandemic is magnifying structural problems in America's housing market

"Golden Gates" author Conor Dougherty discusses why it's so hard for so many to keep a roof over their heads.

The promise and peril of the United States' affordable housing vouchers

Author Eva Rosen studied a neighbourhood with many Section 8 renters to understand how the programme affects their lives.

American renters need a lot more help to keep a roof over their heads

Cities are making their own plans for rent assistance, but they can't keep up with demand.

Airbnb rentals are reverting to long-term housing. That may not change the affordability crisis

A slight drop in some cities' rents could be limited to the upper end of the market.

In expensive cities, the future of residential construction is deeply uncertain

An adequate housing stock is crucial to any city’s health.

We run housing policy for three European cities. Here's what governments must do next

Much more needs to be done to protect households from the long-term economic impacts of the pandemic.

Americans are still being evicted during the coronavirus pandemic

Matthew Desmond discusses housing protections during a global emergency.

Welfare reform could price tenants out of social housing

The most depressing bit of housing research you'll see today.

“Regeneration in Hackney will not mean the net loss of a single council home”

Hackney’s deputy mayor on tackling the capital’s housing crisis.

The London development without a poor door

Because providing affordable housing is too expensive.