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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. How Land Value Capture Can Pay for Infrastructure, Affordable Housing, and Public Services

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    By Will Jason, September 14, 2022

    As cities and towns seek funding for transportation, parks, affordable housing, and other public goods, they often overlook one of their most valuable assets—land. A new Policy Focus Report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy shows how local governm

  4. Affordable Housing Coalition Releases Scorecard Outlining Improvements to GSE Duty-to Serve Plans

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    by Lincoln Institute Staff, September 7, 2022

    A coalition of 21 leading national affordable housing groups are acknowledging improvements to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s Duty to Serve (DTS) Underserved Market Plans for 2022-2024 but calling on the government-sponsored enterprises to go further to rea

  5. 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

  6. Uprooted: As the Climate Crisis Forces U.S. Residents to Relocate, a New Conversation Emerges

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2022
    By Alexandra Tempus, July 14, 2022.

    Over the next few decades, climate change is expected to displace hundreds of millions of people around the globe. With this seismic shift already underway in places including the United States, the growing practice of community-led relocation seeks to ce

  7. 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.

  8. Land Matters Podcast: A Force of Nature on Chicago’s South Side: Rev. Otis Moss III

    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2022
    By Anthony Flint, June 21, 2022

    On the South Side of Chicago, Rev. Otis Moss III has led initiatives in green building and community empowerment that are having a ripple effect across the city and beyond. This interview follows his delivery of the keynote for the Lincoln Institute’s 75t

  9. Land Lines, April 2022

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2022
    Edited by Katharine Wroth

    This issue explores local solutions to the housing affordability crisis, the rise of a community investment ecosystem in Appalachia, and more.

  10. On the Home Front: Local Leaders Address the Housing Affordability Crisis

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2022
    By Loren Berlin, April 7, 2022

    Pasco, Washington, is one of the fastest-growing places in the U.S. West—and like many communities, it is exploring how comprehensive, balanced strategies can help ensure affordable housing for all.

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