Why does the housing market seem so broken? And what can we do about it? UCLA Housing Voice tackles these questions in conversation with leading housing researchers, with each episode centered on a study and its implications for creating more affordable and accessible communities.
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Excellent quality podcast 👌👌
I redact this review below. I was pressured to write this at the time. Shane has tried to ruin my reputation multiple times publicly. Verbal abuse and recording private conversations and threatening to disseminate without consent is not okay. —————————- This isn’t just a good podcast, it’s truly one of its kind and one that we need! For starters, I know nothing about the world of affordable housing. I’ve been curious about following the current events / efforts, but didn’t know where to start. A... more
I came for the IZ discussion with Emily Hamilton and stayed for pretty much ever other episode. I’m a housing advocate in a pricy Boston suburb and I have learned sooo much going through all of the back episodes.
Informative and relevant
These types of podcasts are super important - ones that make a technical topic like housing approachable and accessible, not overly academic. They have great varied topics and i wish there were similar podcasts on other policy topics.
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UCLA Housing Voice launched 3 years ago and published 63 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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