- Chris Herbert
- August 21 2019
With the nation’s economy on sound footing and incomes on the rise, the number of people forming households in the United States has finally returned to a more normal pace. Housing production, however, has not. In this webinar, Chris Herbert, managing director of the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies discusses the center’s 2019 State of the Nation’s Housing report, focusing on how the housing shortfall is keeping pressure on house prices and rents and eroding affordability for modest-income households in many markets.