Jeff Andrews, a Texan by birth and New Yorker by choice, joined Curbed in 2017. He covers the housing market and housing policy from a data perspective. Previously, he's written for Vocativ, Vice's Noisey, ESPN, The Associated Press, among others. He holds a BA in journalism from the University of North Texas and an MBA from Georgetown University. You can email him tips or music recommendations at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter at @jandrews81.
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