EXCERPT: “Housing in America may be a microcosm of the nation itself: a bit less dynamic, far more costly and uncomfortably more unequal than we’d like. That’s according to one of the most comprehensive annual reports on the topic, the State of the Nation’s Housing, released Tuesday. The report, which marks its 30th anniversary this year, is produced annually by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University. This year’s edition describes an America in which fewer people are homeowners now than when it was first published, in 1988. And the situation for a growing group of renters? It’s only a bit less grim than a few years ago.” FULLSTORY: https://on.mktw.net/2M3UYyM