Rent Stabilization: Lessons Learned from Implementation of Policies

When

2022-05-20
2022-05-20T11:00:00 - 2022-05-20T12:00:00
America/Chicago

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    Rent-regulation policies vary widely across the United States. What do we know about their effects on rental markets, tenants, and property owners? Do differences in the policies’ design matter? ULI Minnesota and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis are partnering with experts from across the housing sector to present a four-part, virtual event series.

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    Registration is complimentary and open to everyone.
    Save your spot by May 19th.  Zoom details will be shared after registration closes.

    Rent Stabilization: Lessons Learned from Implementation of Rent Stabilization Policies

    Third session of a four-part webinar series addressing policies on rent regulation and tenant stability


    Friday, May 20, 2022
    11:00am - 12:00pm CT
    Zoom Webinar


    Rent-regulation policies vary widely across the United States. What do we know about their effects on rental markets, tenants, and property owners? Do differences in the policies’ design matter? Urban Land Institute Minnesota and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis are partnering with experts from across the housing sector to present a four-part, virtual event series featuring research-based, evidence-driven conversation on rent regulation. We invite you to join us as we discuss these important questions.

    Our third session focuses on implementation. How do different jurisdictions translate a rental-regulation policy into practice? How much do the particulars of enforcement influence a policy’s outcomes for tenants and landlords? What kinds of resources are helpful for supporting or tracking a policy’s efficacy? What trade-offs are embedded in different approaches?

    Speakers:

    Matthew Brown, General Counsel, Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
    Sybil Hebb, Director of Public Affairs and Legislative Advocacy, Oregon Law Center
    Matt Murphy, Executive Director, Furman Center, New York University
    Moderator: Libby Starling, Director, Community Development and Engagement, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

    Be sure to view the videos of our previous sessions:


    Registration information for the final session in the series, happening on June 8:

    This event is presented by ULI Minnesota and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.



    Speakers

    Speaker

    Matthew Murphy

    Executive Director, NYU Furman Center

    Matthew Murphy is the Executive Director of the NYU Furman Center. Previously, he served as Deputy Commissioner for the Office of Policy and Strategy at the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD). As an urban planner working at the intersection of housing policy, affordable housing finance, and land use, Matthew has been quoted on New York City and national housing issues in the New York Times, CNN, NBC, Going for Broke with Ray Suarez, NY1, Politico, Crain’s, Real Deal, City Limits, Gotham Gazette, among other media outlets. Matthew has a Masters of Urban Planning from New York University and a B.S. in Business Administration from DePaul University in Chicago.

    Speaker

    Libby Starling

    Director of Community Development and Engagement, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

    Libby Starling is the director of the Community Development and Engagement department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. She is responsible for the Minneapolis Fed’s efforts to promote the economic resilience and mobility of low- to moderate-income individuals and communities across the Ninth Federal Reserve District. Prior to joining the Fed in 2019, she was the deputy director of the Community Development Division at the Metropolitan Council, the Twin Cities’ regional planning agency. While at the Council, she led the development of Thrive MSP 2040, the 2040 Housing Policy Plan, and Choice, Place and Opportunity: An Equity Assessment of the Twin Cities. She is a graduate of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.