“The economic development bill was sidelined by the legislature this session, including a valuable provision that supports the development of ADUs on many single family lots statewide. This is particularly bad as Susan describes this week in her Op Ed. Read more here.”
As Susan points out in her recent Op Ed, ” more homes bought up for rental purposes means fewer homes will be on the market for families looking to realize the American dream of owning and the experience of building wealth through building equity in these homes.” Read more here.
As Susan writes in her recent Op Ed, “the goal is that this high level of investment can allow the state to fund more of the housing developments in the pipeline and to assist projects that are seeing unprecedented construction cost increases and inflation spikes that threaten viability..” Read more here.
As Susan describes in her recent Op-Ed, the housing crunch has become such a hardship for many workers that it is creating huge incentives for major employers to become active on the issue. Continue Reading
As Susan points out in her recent Op Ed, the Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program is a key tool to help families transition out of poverty, access home-ownership and build better lives for their own and the next generation. Continue Reading
As Susan writes in her latest Banker & Tradesman Op-Ed, “Companies with lab needs can pay higher land costs than housing developers, and a combination of factors has intensified the competition for developable land in the Greater Boston area.” Continue Reading.