Faculty Director Carol Galante spoke to Gimme Shelter: the California Housing Crisis Podcast on the incoming Biden Administration's housing plans and what they might mean for California.
Professor Carolina Reid spoke to Eden Housing for their podcast on the Terner Center's recent longitudinal study of the impacts of housing assistance for low-income households.
Our Managing Director Ben Metcalf joined Professor Mark Joseph, Professor Amy Khare, and the team at the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities for an episode of their new podcast series Bending the Arc.
Professor Carolina Reid was interviewed for two episodes of the new KQED podcast series Sold Out: Rethinking Housing in America.
A Bloomberg CityLab article quotes from a piece that our Research Director Elizabeth Kneebone authored on the Trump administration's mischaracterization of the suburbs.
"We are in for a prolonged recession, if not worse, if we can't get people back on their feet," said Faculty Research Advisor Carolina Reid in an article in KQED on the disproportionate economic impacts of the pandemic on renters of color.
Policy Director David Garcia was interviewed for an article in the Los Angeles Times on Senate Bill 1120, which would allow for existing single-family homes to be converted into duplexes and for single-family parcels to be subdivided into two lots. The article also cites our research brief on the bill.
A commentary in Forbes features the results of the survey of the experiences of small landlords during the COVID-19 pandemic that we conducted with the National Association for Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP).
Faculty Director Carol Galante has authored an opinion piece titled Now Is the Time to Embrace Density as part of The America We Need series published by The New York Times.
Carol Galante, Faculty Director of the Terner Center, and Barry Zigas, Principal of Zigas & Associates and a Senior Fellow at Consumer Federation of America, have co-authored an op-ed published in Housing Wire on April 29th, 2020.