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Real estate news and analysis from The Nation
May 1, 2018
Could an Army of Accountants Bring Down Trump?
In the end, the bean counters might just save us.
August 14, 2017
Could Paul Manafort Bring Down the Whole Trump Family?
He sits atop a massive tangle of ties to Russia, pro-Russian Ukrainians, and shady New York real-estate deals.
June 15, 2017
Trump’s Special Back Door for Wealthy Immigrants
The administration has continued a program that allows wealthy immigrants an easy route to permanent residency.
November 29, 2016
Inside Trump Tower, You Can Hardly Hear the Protesters
A visit to the other White House offers a preview of Donald Trump’s America.
July 15, 2016
How Banks Stole Homes From the Most Vulnerable New Yorkers
“Reverse redlining” flooded communities of color with toxic mortgages, practically ensuring default.
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May 18, 2016
Who Egged On the Bundy Brothers?
Ammon Bundy and his rogue crew aren’t the only ones trying to privatize public land.
March 28, 2016
Documents Show Just How Suckered Students of the Trump Institute Felt
Former students of Trump schools vent their rage and disbelief in newly revealed letters of complaint compiled by the Texas attorney general.
March 18, 2016
The Landmark Housing Deal That Could Help Quell New York’s Affordability Crisis
Mayor Bill de Blasio
s plans for Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning could bring relief to numerous rent-pinched New Yorkers—unless Governor Andrew Cuomo
s own plans get in the way.
February 26, 2016
Construction Is Dangerous Work
The construction industry accounts for only 4 percent of New York’s jobs but a full fifth of the state’s occupational deaths.
December 14, 2015
Baltimore Evicts Nearly 7,000 People From Their Homes Every Year
It's time to put Baltimore’s broken rent courts on trial.