Most Americans don’t live in multi-family housing and the supply of single family houses is not keeping up with demand. Yet housing policy solutions always seem to steer back to multi-family.
The Superstar Cities—the Gated Cities of the Coast—are in full-throated panic over signs that the jig is up: they cannot keep luring high priced talent to work in tech firms and live in high priced real estate. Are all those prized techies charging out of town?
The recent election played out against a backdrop of shifting voting patterns in suburbs. Or at least that is the way pundits characterized it. But what exactly is a suburb? The definition is less clear than we might think.
No state has grown faster than Idaho in the past five years. The primary source of growth: a big one-way pipeline from California to Idaho.
Statewide, driver’s license trade ins were down 38 percent from last year. By later in the year, though, migration activity was picking up.