Five Policy Considerations for Improving Ohio’s Housing Markets: Cleveland Fed
Ohio’s housing markets still face a number of challenges, some similar to those faced by other states, such as continuing elevated foreclosure rates, and others that are distinct to our region, such as a prevalence of vacant, low-value housing. The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has identified five areas where policy interventions are worth considering: a foreclosure fast track for vacant and abandoned property; elimination of minimum-bid requirements; addressing harmful speculation; expanded access to land banks; and improved data collection and access.
Economic Conditions in the Fourth District
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