May 2 at 1:00 pm PDT | Creating a People-Centered Housing System
US housing and mortgage markets are often viewed with envy by policymakers worldwide. But the complicated truth is that our housing system is failing large portions of our society. And those failures are deepening. Not only low-income families and other underserved communities, but the broad middle-class is also increasingly at risk of being priced out of homeownership and spending more and more of their budgets on housing. How did we get here, and what can be done to make our housing system serve everyone in America more fairly?
Staff Writer, Housing Affordability, Los Angeles Times
Teresa Bryce Bazemore
President and CEO, Federal Home Loan Bank San Francisco
President and CEO, National Fair Housing Alliance
Immediate Past President, National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals
Chief Production Officer, Walker & Dunlop; former Commissioner, FHA