Lessons from the Housing Crisis
April 20, 2009
There’s much to be learned from the current housing crisis, according to Wellesley College Economist Karl Case. In this episode of the Affordable Housing podcast, he and host Joanne Greene discuss how we can move forward and take advantage of some of what’s happened to create more affordable housing. Case say the primary lessons are that markets don’t solve all problems, housing prices don’t always go up, and the use of leverage must be controlled.