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3d Printed Homes: A Fix for Global Housing Problems?
With faster construction times, cheaper costs, and sturdier material, 3D printing can boost living standards in the developing world
Scott Beyer | September 23, 2021
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Singapore’s Housing Model—the Positives and Negatives
Singapore blends market and centrally-planned elements in a way that’s far different from the U.S.—yet mirrors some of our problems
Scott Beyer | September 17, 2021
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How “National Landing” Will Affect Urban Development
The fast-growing NoVa neighborhood, bolstered by Amazon HQ2, mixes the ingenuities and moral hazards of America’s biggest institutions.
Scott Beyer | September 2, 2021
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Modular 2.0: How Prefab Housing Is Making a Comeback
Offsite construction may be the fastest way to build housing cheaply
Scott Beyer | August 27, 2021
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Jack Elbaum | August 24, 2021
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Should the Federal Government Launch “Rural 5G?”
Rural broadband programs are viewed as an essential investment. But they subsidize an unsustainable lifestyle
Scott Beyer | August 19, 2021
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The Problem with a Federal Infrastructure Bill
Bipartisan enthusiasm in Congress for more infrastructure spending ignores the economic and political fundamentals.
Scott Beyer | August 10, 2021
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The Next Sharing Economy: Extended-stay Lodging
Long-term leases don’t make sense for certain renters. But neither do short-term rentals. Will the market be allowed to fill the need in-between?
Scott Beyer | July 8, 2021
Is America’s Housing Market Headed For Another Crash?
Home prices are soaring despite a tepid economy. Is this a warning sign?
Scott Beyer | July 1, 2021