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Financing Housing in the United States – Past, Present and Future.

Convinced that everyone who wanted to own a home should be able to do so, public policy makers enacted a series of incentives to encourage home ownership. These policies had many unintended consequences, culminating in recession, bankruptcies, foreclosures and taxpayer-financed bailouts of financial institutions. Tom Ballou explores the issues and develops a framework for a new system to finance home ownership.

This class meets on June 20 and June 27.

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  • Rachel B.

    An interesting presentation and lively discussion led by Tom Ballou, who is well-read and came up with unconventional, thought-provoking viewpoints.

    June 28, 2013

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