When Landlords Hide Behind LLCs
It’s difficult to know who owns a property because corporate landlords and investors tend to structure their business as limited liability companies, or LLCs.
A Homeownership Program that Takes Health into Account
A 10-city initiative to boost homeownership also aims to align required fair housing and health needs assessments. Can it be done?
Pushing Back Against the Demolition Juggernaut
Memphis has knocked down all but one of its public housing complexes — and the housing authority assumed that a Choice Neighborhoods grant would be license to demolish the last one. But the community had a different idea.
A Cure for the Memphis Blues
As the Bluff City picks itself up, its CDC community faces a host of challenges that are increasingly common across the field.
Memphis Murder Mystery? No, Just Mistaken Identity
A group of the nation's leading scholars and experts on housing and urban policy respond to The Atlantic's "American Murder Mystery"