Category Archives: Lower-Income Neighborhoods

SPOA Newsletter January 2021

The January 2021 issue of the SPOA Newsletter is posted here.

Open the economy, end the moratoriums. Read about opening up the economy soon so that service workers get reemployed and can pay their rents, allowing the eviction moratoriums to … Read More “SPOA Newsletter January 2021”

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Tenant right to counsel: Sounds nice. Destroys housing.

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Tenant right to counsel: A fast way to crush small landlords

 A major push is being made nationwide for a “right to counsel” for indigent tenants – in other words, free lawyers for poor tenants – along with a nationwide push for more taxpayer-funded “affordable housing.” These two government programs … Read More “Tenant right to counsel: A fast way to crush small landlords”

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The attack on lower-income neighborhoods

Small landlords, as we have noted elsewhere, are efficient housing providers at all income levels because they do their own management and repairs without hired personnel and fancy offices, they usually have full-time jobs with benefits, they have older housing … Read More “The attack on lower-income neighborhoods”

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