Eminent domain is the nuclear option. It might be the only thing that can clear the foreclosures that still drag down the city.
Tonight, Richmond votes on whether to scrap plans to help underwater homeowners using eminent domain, and perhaps kill the scheme altogether.
Home prices and interests rates are up, but incomes are stagnant: The days of easy home-buying are over.
Usually it's worth tuning out when New Yorkers talk about New York stuff as though it's the only place on earth. But this year's mayor's race could really matter.
Letting the free market run wild would mean higher rents and a less stable housing sector. The government still has a role to play.
A new study finds that immigrations has added $3.7 trillion to the value of housing stock.
The first three seasons satirized war profiteering. This time around, the housing crisis is the target.
In his response to the State of the Union, Marco Rubio reprised a very bad argument that just won't go away.