Raising Rents on the Poorest of the Poor?

Lest we get totally lost in the (important) debates about principal reduction and restructuring the secondary market, Barbara Sard of the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities reminds us that housing stability and opportunity needs to go beyond debates about how much to expand access to homeownership: Higher Rents for Poorest Housing Recipients a Bad Idea.

Miriam Axel-Lute is CEO/editor-in-chief of Shelterforce. She lives in Albany, New York, and is a proud small-city aficionado.


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