Housing Market

America’s Affordable Housing Issue

The solution to the U.S. housing crisis may seem evident at a surface level: just build more affordable housing. This solution, however, is not as simple as it seems. The United States is not experiencing a housing shortage; many Americans lack the income to afford what’s currently on the market, giving the illusion that the nation is lacking housing. So, how can we ensure homes for all if the issue does not lie in home quantity.?

The ‘Troubling’ Economic Trend And Its Effect On Homelessness

As an issue itself, homelessness has been analyzed and studied for decades to find its end. The topic has been closely studied alongside other trends such as mental health, substance abuse, and, most notably, poverty. However, recent studies have shifted their focus onto more prominent exogenous factors, such as the economy and the distribution of resources.

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