[Ho1] A look at the state of real estate in London.
[Ho2] Downtown LA has… vacancies!
[Ho5] Speaking of burbs, not all of them are so conventional.
[Ho6] Tim Sullivan asks if home ownership is becoming the province of the upper classes in Massachusetts. It might not be such a bad thing if it weren’t driven so by increasing prices. Maybe if we just got rid of down payments, what could go wrong then?
[Ho7] There is just something odd about the notion of cruise ships being cheaper than retirement homes.
[Ho8] Alana Samuels argues that housing costs are decreasing mobility for lower-wage people. It’s a tempting argument, but really we want the high-wage people moving to high-cost places, and probably the lower-wage people relocating to lower-cost places.
[Ho9] Well this is a pretty neat concept. The scaling of the pictures make them look more like sheds than houses, which makes it harder to visualize.