Professors Been and Ellen answer questions about New York's housing market

During a live online question-and-answer session hosted by the Gotham Gazette, Vicki Been ’83, Elihu Root Professor of Law and the director of Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, and Wagner Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen, codirector of the Furman Center, discussed problems unique to New York City’s real estate market. They took questions from Gazette staff members and readers on issues such as New York’s housing shortage, the increase in foreclosures and how the sub-prime lending “meltdown” will affect the city’s various neighborhoods. October 3, 2007

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