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Tents, evictions, long commutes and gentrification — our nation’s housing crisis has been long in the making as spiraling housing costs crush the American Dream for all but the wealthy. SOLD OUT reimagines what housing can be by examining California, the epicenter of the housing affordability crisis. Meet the dreamers and doers who are finding their own solutions to high housing costs because we can’t afford to wait. Hosted by KQED's Erin Baldassari and Molly Solomon.
 
The Holistic Housing Podcast Connecting community. Sharing ideas. Finding solutions. The Holistic Housing Podcast brings together thought leaders, policy makers and program implementers across the affordable housing, community development and economic development field. Guests discuss their experiences and solutions on topics like gentrification, workforce development, homelessness, urban revitalization, sustainability, placemaking, the American Dream and so much more. Through these conversa ...
 
Join the Conversation is a podcast of the Student Housing Matters blog. The Student Housing Matters blog is about matters relating to on-campus student housing, as well as why quality on-campus student housing really matters. We want this blog to serve as a forum for sharing ideas and insights about how your on-campus student housing can do things beyond simply housing students. How it can be used as a more powerful tool to recruit and retain students on your campus. http://studenthousingmat ...
 
Why is it so expensive to live in California? And what can the state do about it? Every other week, Los Angeles Times housing reporter Liam Dillon and CALmatters' data reporter Matt Levin chat about the latest developments in California housing policy and interview a key housing newsmaker. Listen to this podcast and we promise your rent will drop in half instantly. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and anywhere else you get your pods. Gimme Shelter is supported by The ...
 
The Housing News podcast explores the most important topics happening in mortgage, real estate and fintech. Each week a new mortgage or real estate executive joins the show to add perspective to the top stories crossing HousingWire's news desk. Hosted by Clayton Collins and produced by Alcynna Lloyd.
 
The California Association of REALTORS® and its new institute the Center for California Real Estate (CCRE) are dedicated to advancing real estate knowledge. The goal of the center, and by extension this Housing Matters Podcast, is to arm our 180,000 members with ideas that help them become more knowledgeable, professional, and insightful in their work as practitioners and stakeholders in the future of real estate.
 
Senior Housing Unfiltered places the light on impact makers in senior housing business. In an informal and relaxed way, Lloyd Jones Senior Living is conversing with all types of people-entrepreneurs, leaders, activists, and other heroes from the senior housing world, celebrities as well as hidden gems. It is a stripped-down dialogue with people from all over the industry who share their dreams, experiences and how they make a difference every day to the people they serve. Listen, get inspire ...
 
Rousing Housing is the podcast of Commerce Title, located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Featuring local Baton Rouge experts who know Baton Rouge real estate, host Calvert Stone gets into some real talk about buying, owning, renting, flipping, selling, and even renovating. If it's Baton Rouge real estate, you'll hear it in Rousing Housing.
 
The Housing Hour is a weekly radio program discussing all things related to the housing markets. Each week brings special guests, resources and information that are invaluable to anyone interested in any aspect of the housing markets. Check out our website: http://www.thehousinghour.com/ for past shows and a treasure trove of information!
 
The cost of housing is a hot topic of conversation wherever you go in Metro Vancouver. In this podcast, we explore real estate trends in the region and the impact of development on life and affordability in Metro Vancouver, interviewing everyone from those who build our homes to politicians, planners, housing advocates and researchers.
 
Home and rental prices continue to soar in Northern Nevada and Northeastern California, leaving more working families and individuals on the brink. Seniors, college students, single parents, immigrants, and the working poor are particularly vulnerable. Some must choose to pay rent over buying food or securing healthcare. The lack of affordable housing in urban and rural areas alike is changing the identity of this region. In response, the KUNR newsroom is examining housing through many lense ...
 
The NALHFA Affordable Housing Podcast highlights new and innovative affordable housing finance solutions by bringing together the nation’s leading housing finance experts, thought leaders, and decision makers. There is no city, county, or state in the entire country where a minimum wage worker can find safe and acceptable affordable housing options. The affordable housing crisis has led to the shortage of over 7.2 million affordable rental homes available to low income families. NALHFA’s Aff ...
 
Lifestyle Housing Radio, the real life, real estate investing show hosted by Kevin Bunzeluk, founder of the Thunder Bay Real Estate Investment Club, features interviews with professionals from all sectors of the real estate industry. The perspectives presented by featured guests on everything from self-help to million dollar deals offer tips, advice, and must-know information for anybody with an interest in the world of real estate.
 
Here at Everyday Property Manager, we are dedicated to helping you grow and thrive in the multi-family Housing industry. You are in a service business and there is great demand for excellent customer service and communication skills in this industry. We want to take your customer service skills to the next level and beyond! Sure, this business is full of challenging moments, but it is how you handle the moments of challenge that make you exceptional.
 
Housing Notebook offers advice on tenants rights, decent affordable housing, and related urban affairs coverage, with call-ins. The program airs live over WBAI 99.5 FM in the New York metropolitan area most Monday nights from 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern Time. About the Hosts Scott Sommer has been a tenants rights activist for over 30 years. A former legal services attorney, Sommer is the honorary chair of the Metropolitan Council on Housing, New York's oldest tenant union. Sommer currently is ...
 
Housing Radio dot com real estate radio show for all of Southern California, greater Los Angeles and where we are headquartered in the Santa Clarita Valley Cities - serving Valencia CA. We started Real Estate consulting and representing buyers and sellers of homes back in 1998. During that time we observed there was a HUGE need to education amongst both sellers and buyers of homes. They were getting railroaded on a massive scale by not only realtors, but by others operating in the real estat ...
 
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Over the course of 2020, different industries have been impacted in a variety of ways. Today, we take a look at the topic of security – specifically the tracking of the coming and going of people within facilities. Students come and go from student housing facilities all hours of the day – so how do we keep them safe and secure during a pandemic? C…
 
This week, Thomvest Ventures’ Nima Wedlake joins the Housing News Podcast to discuss the housing market’s real estate ecosystem as well as Opendoor’s S-4 filing, which now values the company at $4.8B. During the interview, Wedlake touches on his recent blog that examines Opendoor’s business practices, its progress to date, and its future prospects.…
 
In the United States, housing is something you are expected to earn. But in too many places and for too many people, buying a home or renting is unaffordable. So more people are becoming homeless, or just struggling to get by. There's a growing movement of people who say that housing should be a human right in the United States. It should be guaran…
 
Alan Mallach, Senior Fellow at the Center for Community Progress, joins the show to discuss what’s next for America after COVID-19, including the much-discussed future of cities, and long-term trends in work and the economic recovery. Plus, Alan shares his policy recommendations for America’s next president, Laura gives stock tips (buy outdoor heat…
 
In June 2017, a terrible fire tore through the cladding on Grenfell Tower, claiming 72 lives. After the blaze, it emerged that other blocks of flats were covered in similar materials. Three years on the scale of the crisis has grown to involve numerous types of external wall systems, affecting thousands of buildings across the country. Progress in …
 
This summer, which has been dubbed the Summer of George Floyd after his death at the hands of a police officer, the voices I’ve heard from those that work in the student housing industry have two major themes: 1. Internal reflection about unconscious biases about race, gender, and sexual orientation that may determine decisions and reactions that w…
 
For the second straight general election, Californians will have the opportunity to vote on a statewide rent control initiative. Matt and Liam discuss the politics and policy of Prop 21, which would allow cities to apply rent control to more housing units. First, the Avocado of the Fortnight takes us to 19th century Russia (2:20). Then a discussion…
 
Housing Theory and Society sits down with Ann Nilsen to talk about her new paper; Synchrony of Intersecting Temporalities in Young People’s Housing Transitions: Intergenerational Cross-national Comparisonshttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14036096.2019.1653361Housing Studies talks to Lynne McMordie about her recent award winning paper; A…
 
In the premiere episode of 'Senior Housing Unfiltered', hosts Tod Petty and Jimmy Carrion of Lloyd Jones Senior Living share their motivation for launching this new real estate podcast series and what listeners can take away from each episode. Are company vision statements truly helpful in guiding onsite team members to do their best work? Tod shar…
 
In America, homeownership has historically, and still is, the main way to build wealth. However racism and decades of discriminatory policies and lending practices have shut Black families out of this American dream. That’s one of the reasons why we still see a huge wealth gap between Black and white Americans today. And some are convinced that the…
 
The single-family home is synonymous with the American dream. But that Norman Rockwell-esque image of a single home surrounded by a white picket fence comes with a loaded history. When cities first created neighborhoods where only single-family houses were allowed, it was about more than separating homes from apartments; it was about separating whi…
 
This week, Guaranteed Rate’s Shant Banosian, the nation’s No. 1 loan originator, joins the Housing News Podcast to discuss how he became the company’s first loan officer to fund $1 billion in loan volume in one year, as well as the future of the U.S mortgage market. During the interview, Banosian explains how he’s generated more than $4 billion in …
 
California has a huge housing shortage. The state says it needs to build nearly 2 million homes in the next five years. But we’re not building anywhere near enough to reach that goal. One big reason: it’s so expensive to build here. The cost of labor, land and materials all keep going up. And because of that, most of what does get built is way too …
 
Massive wildfires are yet again threatening California homes. On this episode of Gimme Shelter, Matt and Liam discuss how the rising scope and severity of wildfires is exacerbating the state's housing crisis and resurfacing a thorny question: Should we rebuild in areas prone to fire threats? First, an Avocado of the Fortnight exposes how little Mat…
 
Claudia Aiken and Vincent Reina, researchers with the University of Pennsylvania’s Housing Initiative at Penn, help local governments develop and operationalize affordable housing programs. This year, that has meant a focus on rent relief programs funded by the CARES Act. Claudia and Vincent tell us what has worked to build and communicate programs…
 
This week, Housing Policy Council President and former Federal Housing Finance Agency Interim Director Ed DeMarco, joins the Housing News Podcast to discuss the future of U.S housing regulation as well as what the November presidential election could mean for the housing market. In this episode, DeMarco discusses what lies ahead for the economy and…
 
When the coronavirus began spreading across the United States, health officials advised people to stay home and shelter-in-place, to protect themselves and slow the spread of the virus. But what about the people who have no home, no place to shelter? This question became particularly urgent in California where, on any given night, more than 150,000…
 
In this episode, we sit down the folks from Interface and NMHC to discuss their upcoming virtual conference and we discuss what the national eviction moratorium means for everybody. To register for the NMHC/Interface Student Housing Conference go to: https://interfaceconferencegroup.com/event/nmhc-interface-student-housing-2020/ This episode Is spo…
 
Tents, evictions, long commutes and gentrification — our nation’s housing crisis has been long in the making as spiraling housing costs crush the American Dream for all but the wealthy. SOLD OUT reimagines what housing can be by examining California, the epicenter of the housing affordability crisis. Meet the dreamers and doers who are finding thei…
 
This week, Robert Dietz, the chief economist and senior vice president of economics and housing policy at the National Association of Home Builders, joins the Housing News Podcast to discuss how the nation’s homebuilders have fared during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, Dietz discusses how a national shortage of housing inventory and rising…
 
Babies on the Assembly floor! Senators swearing at each other! Forcible Zoom mutings! The end of the state legislative session was particularly chaotic this year, especially for housing. On this episode of Gimme Shelter, Matt and Liam break down the last-minute eviction deal nobody seems happy with, and the head-scratching demise of a housing produ…
 
The conference services team at the University of Washington was looking forward to serving 11,000 overnight guests and facilitating 200 overnight conference sessions this summer. But 2020 had other plans, and though the campus did not close, Christine Sismaet and her team had a very different season than expected. Christine is the Operations Manag…
 
This week, the Housing News Podcast kicks off Season 4 with HousingWire’s Editor-in-Chief, Sarah wheeler as its new host. In the first episode of the season, Odeta Kushi, the deputy chief economist at First American Financial Corporation, discusses her economic outlook for 2020, as well as her forecasting approach for the COVID-19 pandemic. Notably…
 
In this episode, your hosts are joined by Professor Emily Benfer to discuss the eviction crisis caused by COVID-19. Emily, a co-creator of Eviction Lab’s Housing Policy Scorecard, explains the circumstances that led to 30-40 million people being at risk of eviction, the downstream societal costs of housing instability, and how health, housing, and …
 
California faces the prospect of hundreds of thousands of evictions if lawmakers don't come up with new protections by the end of the month. On this episode, Matt and Liam discuss the looming eviction wave, and the loophole in eviction moratoriums that has allowed sheriff deputies to lock out tenants during "shelter in place." First, the Avocado of…
 
Conferences and summer programs offer institutions an opportunity to generate revenue that can reduce the financial burden placed on students during the academic year. And it’s not just housing – a strong, efficient summer program brings revenue to other campus entities as well, including dining services, athletics, facilities, and even academic de…
 
Creating programming and developing experiences to help foster a sense of community is essential to the success of a university as well as any off-campus student properties. That task was tough in a pre-COVID world. Both university res-life departments and off-campus managers are now trying to figure out what those experiences will look like this f…
 
Julie Lawson from Housing Theory and Society sits down with Boram Kimhur, Housing Institutions and Governance, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. They talk about Boram's focus article: How to Apply the Capability Approach to Housing Policy? Concepts, Theories and Challengeshttp…
 
Last week, the government laid out proposals for what Boris Johnson previously described as "the most radical reforms to our planning system since the Second World War". Ministers have a vision to overhaul the approach to setting housing targets, deciding where to build and securing funding for public benefits from developers, while short-term chan…
 
President Trump tweeted an ominous warning to suburban housewives. What does that have to do with California housing policy? On this episode, Matt and Liam discuss the history of segregation and discrimination in American suburban enclaves (1:30). First, the Avocado of the Fortnight takes us back in time...to last month. Then, an interview with Uni…
 
Last summer we asked the question if it makes sense to list vacant student housing apartments as short term rentals on platforms like Air BnB. The conclusion? In most cases it will probably work, but we highly recommend having a service provider partner with you as it is very management intensive and also opens the door to a lot of liability when a…
 
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is a network of providers helping survivors heal from domestic violence (DV). In this episode, we speak with Debbie Fox, NNEDV’s Senior Housing Policy & Practice Specialist, about how different forms of housing, like shelters, safe homes, and transitional housing, are critical for DV survivors. …
 
This week, the Housing News Podcast features a bonus crossover episode from HousingWire’s Daily Download. In this episode, Mortgage Marketing Radio’s Geoff Zimpfer and HousingWire columnist Logan Mohtashami discuss why the U.S. housing market is winning in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic impact. For some background on the interview, here’…
 
The US is confronting a lot of diversity issues in the wake of the recent police brutality events and the homicide of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. This has resulted in a litany of protests and rioting. With on-going stresses to the economy and mental health with the COVID 19 pandemic combined with political narratives with the upco…
 
This week, the Housing News Podcast features a bonus crossover episode from HousingWire’s Daily Download. In this episode, HousingWire Magazine Editor Kelsey Ramírez interviews OJO Labs Chief Marketing Officer Karen Starns about the role of marketing in the housing industry’s changing landscape. For some background on the interview: This year the u…
 
It's the worst economy since the Great Depression...and housing prices aren't really budging all that much. On this episode of Gimme Shelter, Matt and Liam discuss the confusing state of California's home and rental market. First, the Avocado of the Fortnight begs an existential question: just how harmful are UC Berkeley undergrads to the world? (2…
 
This week, Tom Hutchens, the executive vice president of production at Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions, and Manish Valecha, the head of client solutions at Angel Oak Capital Advisors, join the Housing News Podcast for its season finale. In this episode, the duo discusses the current non-QM landscape, as well as what led to the quick evaporation of the…
 
Offender Aid and Restoration (OAR) works with men and women who are returning to the community from incarceration. In this episode, we are joined by OAR’s Executive Director, Elizabeth Jones Valderrama, who explains OAR’s upstream and downstream approach to restoring individuals to society, and fighting the roots of racism that lead to higher rates…
 
Structural racism in housing lay at the heart of many of the economic disparities between black and white households. On this episode of Gimme Shelter, Matt and Liam delve into the legacy of one California-specific housing policy with a deeply racist history that is still embedded in the state constitution: Article 34 (7:40). Then, a conversation w…
 
BONUS TRACK!!! Gimme Shelter will be running episodes of "Samaritans", a KCRW narrative podcast hosted by Anna Scott that follows one person's experience of homelessness in Los Angeles. Here's episode one. Samaritans: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/samaritans/id1517172761There Goes the Neighborhood: https://www.kcrw.com/culture/shows/there-g…
 
This week, Carl Tyree, the executive vice president, and chief sales officer at Arch Mortgage Insurance, joins the Housing News Podcast to discuss how the growth of the nonbank originator channel is impacting the housing industry. In this episode, Tyree discusses the amount of servicing volume that Independent mortgage bankers are retaining and how…
 
Serving university students who live off-campus puts Kristen Franklin in a unique position. Yes, she works closely with the highly regarded research institution her residents attend. But her team also has the freedom to individualize their services and work independently. So, what are the pros and cons of this arrangement when a global pandemic clo…
 
This week, the Housing News Podcast features a bonus crossover episode from HousingWire’s Daily Download. In this episode, HousingWire Digital Producer Alcynna Lloyd interviews The Urban Institute‘s Alanna McCargo on how the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to impact America’s black homeownership rate. For some background on the interview: Last year, th…
 
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