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  1. Mayor’s Desk: Tackling Affordability in Berkeley

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    By Anthony Flint, September 26, 2022

    In this candid interview, Mayor Jesse Arreguín of Berkeley, California, talks about affordability, equity, and the urgent need to build new housing and discourage speculation among owners of vacant lots and other properties.

  2. Land Matters Podcast: A Booming Bay Area City Confronts an Affordability Crisis

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    By Anthony Flint, September 26, 2022

    Berkeley, California, is a classic case of a built-up city facing tensions over future development. In this candid interview, Mayor Jesse Arreguín talks about the need to make the city more affordable by clearing the way for new housing and discouraging s

  3. The Private Equity Land Grab Expanding to Smaller Legacy Cities

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2022
    By Catherine Tumber, July 25, 2022

    Small and midsize legacy cities are poised to become destinations for the displaced as climate change plays out in the United States. But these cities are facing a serious threat: large-scale speculative real estate investment that could put housing out o

  4. New Compendium Details How 60 Countries Use Land Value Capture to Fund Infrastructure

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2022
    By Lincoln Institute Staff, July 5, 2022. 

    The Global Compendium of Land Value Capture Policies published by the OECD and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is the most comprehensive profile of land value capture published to date.

  5. Lincoln Institute Sessions at the 2022 IAAO Annual Conference

    Conferencias
    Agosto 30, 2022
    Speakers: Margie Cusack, Ruud M. Kathmann, Adam H. Langley, Daniel P. McMillen, Carmela Quintos, Ron Rakow, Jennifer Rearich, Joan Youngman

    The Lincoln Institute will present two seminars at the 2020 annual conference of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO).

  6. New Report: Taxing Land More Than Buildings Would Help Detroit Homeowners and Spur Development

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2022
    By Will Jason, April 4, 2022

    Reforming Detroit’s property tax system by taxing land at a higher rate than buildings would help to revive the local economy and reduce tax bills for nearly every homeowner, according to a new study from the nonprofit Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

  7. Equitable Cities Initiative Case Studies

    Febrero 2022

    In this century citizens and policy makers across the world have paid growing attention to the problem of equity. The causes of inequitable development are numerous and manifest across multiple...

  8. Programmes, Practices, and Preconditions

    Learning from Cape Town’s Experience with One-Off Contributions from Developers
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2021
    Stephen Berrisford, Liza Rose Cirolia, and Elisabeth Makumbi

    There is increasing interest in the applicability of land-based financing instruments in subSaharan Africa. African cities are opportune sites to explore the potential of land-based financing....

  9. Moderately Priced Dwelling Units

    Montgomery County, Maryland’s Model of Inclusionary Housing
    Documentos de trabajo
    Mayo 2021
    Brittany Wong, Gerrit Knaap, and Willow Lung-Amam

    Montgomery County, Maryland, is a relatively wealthy suburb of Washington, DC. Once predominantly racially white, Montgomery County’s nearly one million current residents are racially diverse,...

  10. Houston on the Front Lines of Sprawl

    Videos y multimedia
    Abril 2021
    Speaker: William Fulton

    A presentation and dialogue with Bill Fulton, Director, Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Rice University.

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