‘Til Death Do Us Part: When Rent Control Is a Bigger Commitment Than Marriage

We’d had a pretty incredible San Francisco night. It started at one of The City’s last underground art spaces for an event called Puppet Death Match. It’s exactly what it sounds like: a series of funny vignettes in which a bunch weird puppets battle to the death…obviously. Afterwards, we popped [...]

December 7th, 2018|

Rent Control’s Momentum

Rent control is back on the agenda. Its presence on the ballot recently in California and Chicago suggest that rent control has found new life amid a countrywide affordable housing crisis. While it will take years of struggle to win, both campaigns have awoken the real estate lobby, long ago convinced that rent control was [...]

December 7th, 2018|

Does Rent Control Stifle Construction? Until There’s More Data, the Jury’s Still Out

Ontario has done yet another somersault on rent control regulations. Premier Doug Ford’s government recently reversed the stringent rent control regulations that were enforced last year by the Liberals. Under the revised regulations, new or previously unoccupied rental units will no longer be subject to rent control. Existing tenants in [...]

December 7th, 2018|



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