My guest is Nicholas Retsinas, Director, Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies. I’ve followed his work for many years and I am grateful he agreed to be interviewed for this podcast.
The interview focuses on the report recently released by the Joint Center for Housing Studies called The State of the Nation’s Housing.
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I had the pleasure of speaking with Vicki Been, who among other positions is a Professor of Law at New York University School of Law and Director of the Furman Center.
Great discussion on foreclosures and homeownership.
She and her team do important housing policy work at the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy.
They also produce a must-read publication called State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods.
I spoke with Ellen Harnick, Senior Policy Counsel of the Center for Responsible Lending about the initial testimony being made in Congress on the formation of a Consumer Protection Agency for financial products. Ellen is my first repeat guest, a wealth of information and she has a great way of explaining what is going on. She has offered to check in periodically as consumer policy develops in Washington. Here is some of her previous congressional testimony.
I made another attempt to Skype since Ellen is in North Carolina and I’m in NYC – this time there wasn’t the crazy lag when capturing the audio. Progress in technology is measured in baby steps, my friends.
I spoke with Matt Woolsey, Senior Reporter, Forbes Magazine, Forbes.com about his article covering the luxury housing market nationwide in the current edition of Forbes Magazine called:
I speak with my good friend Noah Rosenblatt, creator of the award winning Manhattan real estate economics blog UrbanDigs.com, Manhattan real estate broker and former day trader.