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Alan Mallach on the Future of US Housing Policy
Alan Mallach on the Future of US Housing Policy

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AIR DATE: October 28, 2010

Foreclosures and plummeting housing prices. That pretty much summarizes daily life in Las Vegas. That's fundamentally changed how America's housing market works, says a Brookings expert. How will this shape future housing policies? How do we turn empty lots into community assets? Alan Mallach talks about the housing market "reset" and what's in store for homeowners.

Alan Mallach speaks on Tuesday, Oct. 26, at 5:30 p.m. at UNLV's Greenspun Hall. This is part of the Brookings Mountain West Public Lecture Series, a joint collaboration between the Brookings Institution and UNLV.

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Alan Mallach, non-resident senior fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program of The Brookings Institution

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