This Week in Land Use Regulation, March 19th

This Week in Land Use Regulation, March 19th

News and Commentary

In the Globe and Mail, Alex Bozikovic finds restrictive zoning to be an issue in both Canada and the U.S.

Joe Cortright writes in City Observatory that after high initial investment, Portland’s inclusionary zoning program is seeing higher rents and vacancies.

Shane Phillips notes the lose-lose rent-buy choice facing many Americans in the Atlantic.

A Government Accountability Office report examines the efficacy of the eviction moratorium, suggesting improved communications.

Nena Perry-Brown details the expansion of D.C.’s inclusionary zoning for Urban Turf.

Elijah Chiland describes recent reports finding LA to have the least affordable housing in the United States for Curbed Los Angeles.


New Research

Christopher Berry finds property taxes to be regressive due to inaccurate home valuation in the U.S.

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