Housing affordability problems in California remain real and pervasive, no matter who is in the White House. That was the message at last week’s California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.) Real Estate Summit, “Housing Affordability and California’s Future.”
- At the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.) Real Estate Summit, leaders focused on the state's most pressing housing issue: affordability.
- With regard to President-elect Donald Trump, industry professionals spoke to the benefits of having a real estate insider in charge as well as his unclear policy plans.
- Experts are concerned about how future generations will be able to make homeownership work in the Golden State.
- Carol Galante, faculty director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation, called for bold ideas in infrastructure and building to remedy broken housing systems.