An running, regularly updated analysis of the Case-Schiller Home Price Index, which tracks the rise and fall of single family home prices, and where New York falls amidst ongoing trends.
Detailing the extent to which 1990s reforms including the combination of tax lien securitization and third party transfer through in rem foreclosure have combined for a uniquely effective program.
The history of the Stuyvesant Town development is complex and fascinating. CHPC has done historical research into its planning, which spawned a stage play, and analyzed the legal issues surrounding this huge development.
A series of briefings on the changes that happened to the water and sewer rate structures that New Yorkers pay very little attention to.
Analysis of the history of lead paint regulation in New York City and the potential effects of new laws that came into effect in the early 2000s.
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