Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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Re "You get what you pay for" (Editorial cartoon, July 22): The cartoon depicts Detroit's problems as a result of public resistance to the Democratic ...

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All three networks on Thursday night and Friday morning avoided key factors in the bankruptcy of Detroit, skipping the city's astronomically high tax ...

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By  JENNIFER LEVITZ   CONNECT SMITHFIELD, R.I.—As various town-gown battles simmer throughout New Englan...

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THEY HAVE been called shrinking cities and gateway cities. But by any label — our preferred term is legacy cities — medium-sized metr...

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Homeowners to lose property tax breaks State budget phases out assistance in favor of income tax cuts Jul. 14, 2013  &n...

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Of all the themes explored in Meeting of the Minds related to urban development and infrastructure, the elephant in the room remains the question of f...

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National Housing Market Issues

Short Sale Fundamentals
Some group out there called the “Lincoln Institute of Land Policy” has come out with a new report that really does state the obvious. The ...

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Wednesday, July 3, 2013 A third of the "legacy cities" are in Ohio -- most in the northeast corner Repairing what's wrong wo...

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International seminar was held in Sao Paulo along with MundoGEO#Connect 2013 and showed the trends in the geospatial industry The 3rd edition of Mund...

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The Supreme Court’s decisions on marriage equality and the Voting Rights Act got a lot of media attention last week, but several of the Court&rs...

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National monetary policy alone cannot reliably prevent or reverse housing bubbles, according to a recent report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Pol...

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The nationwide urban bike revolution is poised to shift into higher gear in Cleveland. The question is whether the city can accele...

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En el Foro Latinoamericano de Políticas de Suelo que se realizó en Quito, Ecuador, se destacaron los instrumentos implementados en Brasi...

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National Mortgage News staffer Brad Finkelstein reports on a research paper from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy that asserts that housing bubble...

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National monetary policy alone cannot reliably prevent or reverse housing bubbles, according to a recent report from the Lincoln Institute of Lan...

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(Cleveland, OH) -- Cleveland is getting some tough love in a study of the nation's industrial cities. The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy ranks the c...

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When the economy crashed in 2008, the housing bubble burst with it. For-sale signs and foreclosed homes dotted the American landscape. But the severit...

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Por Alexandre Scussel | 18h25, 27 de Junio de 2013 El Seminario internacional realizado en San Pablo junto al MundoGEO#Connect 2013, mostró l...

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Housing bubbles in the future can be prevented or limited by targeting policies to specific metropolitan areas, a research paper from the Lincoln Inst...

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A new report ranks Akron ahead of Cleveland and Canton when it comes to being ready for the future. That's a number 9 ranking out of 18 so-called "le...

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