Our nation is in the midst of a severe and ever-worsening housing crisis. The prices of rents and homes keep rising—at far faster rates than Americans’ incomes.
Yet, year after year, too few homes are built to meet the growing demand.
Why? How is it that millions of Americans are priced out of housing?
Unfortunately, too few people are looking at the real culprit: Government regulation and prohibitive zoning laws that restrict the supply of housing.
The only way to address this growing crisis is to boost production of a diverse housing supply, priced to serve people at all income levels.
You’re invited to learn more about this common-sense antidote at our virtual forum on September 8, titled “Can Free Markets Solve America’s Housing Crisis?” Leading housing policy experts and litigators join us from the trenches of housing reform to discuss critical, market-friendly affordable housing solutions.