How Private Equity Landlords are Changing the Housing Market
THE COMMITTEE ON BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAIR will meet in OPEN SESSION, HYBRID FORMAT to conduct a hearing entitled,“How Private Equity Landlords are Changing the Housing Market.” The witnesses will be: Ms. Sofia Lopez, Deputy Campaign Director on Housing, Action Center on Race and the Economy; Ms. Holly Hook, Manufactured Home Resident and MHAction Leader in Swartz Creek, MI; Mr. Norbert Michel, Vice President and Director, Center for Monetary & Financial Alternatives, Cato Institute; Mr. Michael Hendrix, Senior Fellow and Director for State and Local Policy, Manhattan Institute; and Dr. Desiree Fields, Assistant Professor of Geography and Global Metropolitan Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
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Deputy Campaign Director on HousingAction Center on Race and the Economy
Manufactured Home Resident and MHAction LeaderSwartz Creek, MI
Vice President and Director, Center for Monetary & Financial AlternativesCato Institute
Senior Fellow and Director for State and Local PolicyManhattan Institute
Assistant Professor of Geography and Global Metropolitan StudiesUniversity of California, Berkeley