Skip to main content

Terner Blog: No Limits

Past Webinar: Converting Commercial Lands to Housing: Potential Impact and Promising Models

Commercial land is ubiquitous throughout California, but can repurposing these areas for housing make meaningful progress towards the state’s housing production goals? This webinar hosted by the Terner Center for Housing Innovation…
Events

Two New Papers Explore the Potential of Commercial to Residential Conversions

Commercial land is ubiquitous throughout California, but can repurposing these areas for housing make a meaningful dent towards the state’s housing production needs? Two new papers from the Terner Center explore the…
Commentary and Analysis

Taking Housing Solutions from the Near-Term Crisis to the Long-Term Crisis

As a result of state and federal eviction moratoria and renter financial stress during the pandemic, landlords, particularly smaller-scale owners, adjusted their responses to missed rental payments and eviction filings decreased. In…
Commentary and Analysis

CalMatters Op-Ed: Washington, We Need Every Dollar of Housing Aid

As federal negotiations around the Build Back Better package continue, a historic commitment of $327 billion towards housing is at risk of being significantly cut back. In an op-ed for CalMatters, our…
Commentary and Analysis

Little Hoover Commission Hearing on Creating Affordable Housing: The State and Local Relationship

Last month, our Managing Director Ben Metcalf gave testimony to the Little Hoover Commission, an independent state oversight agency, on the critical role that data and data-informed policy making must play in…
Uncategorized

Findings and Lessons from Two National Surveys of Landlords

The pandemic’s financial consequences have been disproportionately borne by the nation’s renters, who have been more likely to report lost income due to the pandemic. Missed rental payments also have implications for…
Commentary and Analysis
Cover image, JCHS, Housing Crisis Research Collaborative, Terner Center logos