Category: Reform

Month in Review, July 2015: Part 2, Over the future event horizon

17 August, 2015 (10:00) | AIG, Bankruptcy, Boston Redevelopment Authority, En viager, Homeownership, Housing, Land leases, Month in review, Policy, Reform, Reversionaries, Speculation, Takings, US News |

 [Continued from yesterday’s Part 1.] By: David A. Smith As we saw in yesterday’s Part 1, long lazy summary days give rise to long discursive summer blog posts, for what is a blog if not a journey of personal exploration?  “We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be […]

Month in Review, July 2015: Part 1, In wisdom’s rear-view mirror

14 August, 2015 (10:00) | AIG, Bankruptcy, Boston Redevelopment Authority, En viager, Homeownership, Housing, Land leases, Month in review, Policy, Reform, Reversionaries, Speculation, Takings, Tenure, US News |

By: David A. Smith For a month which traditionally begins summer’s biorhythmic slowdown, a lot went on in July, starting with finishing up a summer’s-starting post that dealt with an archetypal problem of common law and common land, access to and use of public beaches, We will fight them on the beaches: Part 3, The […]