Very strict lending standards by banks make it hard for tens of millions of Americans with skilled middle class jobs to get a mortgage. Our financial markets are still gripped by fear. Time for a reality check with Nela Richardson, Chief Economist at Redfin, the real estate brokerage firm.
In his inaugural address, Donald Trump gave a grim description of American cities, speaking of “carnage” and “rusted out factories.” But the reality is far different in many urban centers.Our guest is Kay Hymowitz of The Manhattan Institute, author of “The New Brooklyn: Wha
Tax Equity Now NY, a coalition of justice leaders, filed a class action lawsuit claiming the city’s property taxes are unfair and racially biased.