Alumna Phyllis Resnick on Colorado’s Housing Shortage

House construction sitePh.D. alumna Phyllis Resnick ’08 recently co-authored the report “Exploring Colorado’s Housing Affordability Challenges in All of Their Complexity.” The report is cited extensively in the Jan. 28, 2018, Denver Post article “Denver’s chronic housing shortage may peak this year with deficit of 32,000 homes and apartments.”

“The deficit of homes and apartments in the region is expected to peak this year at about 32,000 units, and that will put upward pressure on home prices for years to come even as supply rises to levels not seen since the early 2000s, warned Phyllis Resnick, lead economist for the Colorado Futures Center at Colorado State University. That deficit, which has been building since about 2014, represents the difference between demand from households and the supply of available housing.

Congratulations Phyllis!



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