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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 Follow him on Twitter at @jandrews81.

If the coronavirus has you worried about your mortgage, do these three things

These three things can help if you’re at risk of missing a payment because of COVID-19.

Federal government to allow mortgage payment deferral for up to a year

While the terms won’t apply to everyone, it’s a good start.

Cities suspend evictions as coronavirus spreads

New York, Los Angeles, and San Jose are in various stages of a temporary eviction ban.

Sorry, millennials: A coronavirus-induced recession won’t help you buy a house

The 2008 recession yielded housing bargains in subsequent years, but during a pandemic, the housing market is simply put on pause.

How coronavirus is impacting the housing market

The economy is grinding to a halt. Will the housing market follow?

How to buy a home when you still have student loan debt

Millennials looking to purchase their first house are faced with a challenge unique to their generation: sizable student loans.

The U.S. has an affordable housing crisis. Here’s why

Market forces, policy decisions, and demographic changes have converged, making it more difficult to increase affordable housing for renters and buyers in U.S. cities.

Where the Democratic primary candidates stand on housing

The affordable housing shortage has made housing policy center stage in the 2020 election.

Low-income renters are struggling. Here’s how Democrats plan to help them.

Presidential candidates have proposed massive investments in the National Housing Trust Fund—but what is it?

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More seniors are living alone. Stop blaming them for the housing crisis.

While seniors do occupy a lot of housing, a closer analysis shows they aren’t causing the problem.