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Infographics and visualizations from past issues.

INFOGRAPHIC: Going nuclear

graphic pdf 1980 90 percent of uranium used in the U.S. was produced domestically 2021 5 percent of uranium used in the U.S. was produced domestically 55 nuclear power...
Landlords rarely escape the machinations of politics. Just how far will tinkering with free markets go this election cycle?

INFOGRAPHIC: Grinding housing into votes

download pdf Landlords rarely escape the machinations of politics. Just how far will tinkering with free markets go this election cycle? In an election-year effort to...
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INFOGRAPHIC: The era of fiscal excess

download pdf Lockdowns were the beginning of the end of office space as we’ve known it for over four decades. Work from home spurred vacancies...
The new cap on annual rent increases will apply to a million Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) apartments according to The Washington Post.

INFOGRAPHIC: The White House issues national rent control plan

download pdf The new cap on annual rent increases will apply to a million Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) apartments according to The Washington Post. 2020...
can local jurisdictions charge excessive impact fees for building permits for new housing

INFOGRAPHIC: Can governments use building permits to extort property owners?

The Supreme Court will hear a landmark property-rights case (Sheetz v. County of El Dorado) with major economic implications. When a decision will be...

INFOGRAPHIC: Independent contractors targeted

A new Biden administration rule goes into effect March 11, imposing stricter measures to determine whether companies can classify their workers as independent contractors....
fiscal excess

INFOGRAPHIC: The era of fiscal excess

The era of fiscal excess, BofA Michael Hartness’s description of today’s government spending The national debt doesn’t impact Americans in the present, right? It’s a tomorrow...
LIHTC expanded as part of Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024

INFOGRAPHIC: More LIHTC

A bipartisan tax deal sets a path for more affordable rental units. Part of the broader Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act...

INFOGRAPHIC: 2024 Tax brackets are out

The IRS released new federal income tax brackets in November. Though marginal tax rates did not change, federal law requires brackets be adjusted for...

INFOGRAPHIC: U.S. economy: mood or metrics?

As 2023 draws to a close, inflation risks remains—specifically housing, services and energy. It’s these data points keeping misery real. Does this signal recession...

INFOGRAPHIC: An inside job: the invisible tax on renters

Called the “invisible tax” because it allows government agencies to print money, soaring inflation has crippled renter household budgets for years. The rate of...

INFOGRAPHIC: Rummage sale: appliances, clothing, federally-funded apartment loans and more

Signature Bank—the third largest bank failure in history—was seized by the FDIC earlier this year in March. The auction of the $33 billion in...

INFOGRAPHIC: Why Earth is setting records

Why Earth is setting weather records Here’s the data on weather patterns and their potential impact on real assets in the decade ahead. The story...

INFOGRAPHIC: The U.S. economy in 8 charts

The U.S. economy in 8 charts The pandemic unleashed unprecedented federal fiscal and monetary actions “investing” trillions of dollars. This opportunistic spending spree left the...

INFOGRAPHIC: Multifamily housing’s long-run labor crisis

Multifamily housing’s long-run labor crisis The construction industry alone needs over 61,000 new hires every month just to keep up with industry growth and worker...

INFOGRAPHIC: Next move

Next move Last year’s U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in West Virginia v. EPA was historic. Not only did the court rule that the 2015 Clean...

Infographic: Big bang theory

Resuming student loan payments with interest at the end of the summer after a three year federal program pause could trigger a tidal wave...

Infographic: Untethered assumptions

The Power Plant Rule published by EPA in May targets U.S. power produced using coal and natural gas. These sources currently constitute 60 percent...

Infographic: Sudden immigrant impact

A recent Gallup poll—taken weeks after Title 42 restrictions on immigration were lifted (May 11)—shows public support of immigration declining. Industry associations continue to press...

Infographic: Discrimination domino effect

In June the Supreme Court struck down race-based admissions in Students for Fair Admissions versus Harvard and University of North Carolina. The decision affects...

Infographic: Breaking buildings

Breaking buildings Commercial real estate CLOs (collateralized loan obligations) are mortgages that are packaged into bonds and sold to investors. CLOs are widely used...

Infographic: Happy. Happy. Happy.

Happy. Happy. Happy. Job satisfaction hit a 36-year high in 2022. This is great news having moved through a wave of quiet quitting. There’s...

Infographic: The path less sustainable

In May Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan released a 681-page Emissions Program for comment. If implemented, the plan will significantly increase...

Infographic: GDP MSA

15 cities with the highest U.S. metro GDPs totaling $20.9 trillion according to the latest U.S. BEA data (2021) The U.S. is the largest GDP...

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