Are the unvaccinated responsible for the slowing economy? Not really
The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow tracker downgraded its forecast for Q3 GDP growth again: it has now dropped from 6 percent at the end of July to 1.3 percent now. Then came the…
Affordable housing is a big and growing issue in most parts of the country. Local, state and federal governments have continued to expand subsidy programs that help low income individuals offset some housing costs. This has been in contrary to research suggesting more effective measures should be geared towards increasing supply.
I do applaud the new direction the Fed is taking to possibly focus on the supply side. During the America’s Rental Housing Report Release, Neel Kashkari emphasized the need to incentivize the private sector to increase housing supply. Mr. Kashkari made the following points, among others, which I agree should drive housing policy;