ensuring quality, affordable housing for all in areas of opportunity

If everyone could afford quality housing, and every neighborhood offered a diversity of housing options, people up and down the income ladder could enjoy housing security and build wealth through homeownership. Achieving this vision requires more than incremental tinkering with today’s market institutions and public policies. It calls for bold action at all levels of government and in the private and nonprofit sectors. Visit the Urban Institute’s website and read the report for four ambitious solutions.

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Jillian Mazullo
Let's Put Minnesotan Ingenuity to Work

Creating more homes in Minnesota over the next decade will require new, innovative approaches across the spectrum. State and local governments will have to prioritize new policies and investments that incentivize housing. Communities will have to organize and push their leaders to make more homes a core commitment. And the construction industry must innovate. 

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Owen Truesdell