Rent-regulation policies vary widely across the United States. What do we know about their effects on rental markets, tenants, and property owners? Do differences in the policies’ design matter? Urban Land Institute Minnesota and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis are partnering with experts from across the housing sector to present a four-part, virtual event series featuring research-based, evidence-driven conversation on rent regulation. We invite you to join us as we discuss these important questions.
Our fourth and final session focused on local approaches that have similar goals to rent stabilization policies. Which policies aimed at advancing low- or moderate-income-tenant stability or affordable housing are complementary to rent stabilization policies? How do these policies differ in terms of impact, cost, and efficiency? What combinations of policies have proven to improve tenant stability, minimize displacement, and offer more housing options for households with limited economic resources?
- Shane Phillips, Program Manager, Randall Lewis Housing Initiative, UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies
- Michael Spotts, President, Neighborhood Fundamentals; and Senior Visiting Fellow, Terwilliger Center for Housing, Urban Land Institute
- Christina Stacy, Principal Research Associate, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center, Urban Institute
- Moderator: Stephanie Brown, Urban Land Institute Minnesota
Presented by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and Urban Land Institute Minnesota