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March 2019 NSDA Public Forum: Urban Housing

March 2019 NSDA Public Forum: Urban Housing

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Big Sky Debate is pleased to release its March 2019 NSDA Public Forum resources on the urban housing!

The resolution, released by the National Speech and Debate Association on February 1, 2019, is:

Resolved: The United States should promote the development of market rate housing in urban neighborhoods.

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Urban Housing Index

META

  • WHAT IS MARKET-RATE HOUSING? 
  • US DEEP IN HOUSING INEQUALITY 
  • US HOUSING CRISIS HAS SIGNIFICANT IMPACT 

PRO

  • LOW CONSTRUCTION RATES = ↓ AFFORDABLE HOUSING 
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: MUST FOCUS ON SUPPLY TO SOLVE
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: GOVERNMENT CAN’T FUND ALL HOUSING NEEDS 
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: INCREASING SUPPLY = “FILTER DOWN” OF HOUSING 
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: TIGHT MARKETS = ↑ HOUSING PRICES 
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: DECREASES OVERALL RENTS 
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: MUST DEFER TO MARKET-DRIVEN SOLUTIONS 
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: LESSENS THE NEED FOR LOW-INCOME DEVELOPMENTS 
  • MARKET RATE CONSTRUCTION GOOD: DECREASES LOW-INCOME DISPLACEMENT 
  • “AFFORDABLE” HOUSING SCHEMES BAD 
  • ADVOCACY: INCENTIVIZE BUILDING IN HIGH-DENSITY AREAS 
  • A/T: GENTRIFICATION 
  • A/T: ZONING/REGULATION SOLVE 
  • A/T: GOVERNMENT SHOULD INTERVENE 
  • A/T: INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ZONING SOLVES 
  • A/T: SHOULD FORCE MARKET-RATE DEVELOPERS TO PAY FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING 
  • A/T: AFFORDABLE HOUSING SHOULD BE THE KEY FOCUS 
  • A/T: RENT CONTROL SOLVES 
  • A/T: MARKET RATE HOUSING DISPLACES THE POOR 
  • A/T: NEW CONSTRUCTION = HIGH RENT 

CON

  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEV GOOD: MUST DEFER TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 
  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEV GOOD: CREATES JOBS AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEV GOOD: BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT 
  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEV GOOD: MUST DEDICATE RESOURCES TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING 
  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEV GOOD: “TRICKLE DOWN” WON’T SOLVE ALL; WE NEED DEV IN THIS AREA 
  • MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT BAD: NO “FILTER DOWN” EFFECT 
  • MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT BAD: CREATE EXPENSIVE HOUSING OPTIONS 
  • MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT BAD: US IS TOO PRIVATE MARKET DRIVEN 
  • MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT BAD: DISPLACES LOW-INCOME RESIDENTS 
  • MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT BAD: HURTS WOMEN OF COLOR 
  • MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT BAD: MARKET DON’T ALWAYS RIGHT SIZE THEMSELVES BASED ON ACTUAL NEEDS 
  • MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT BAD: RAPID DEVELOPMENT BRING NEGATIVE IMPACTS 
  • ALTERNATIVE: MUST FORCE MIXED INCOME HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 
  • ALTERNATIVE: WE NEED BOTH MARKET-RATE HOUSING AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS 
  • ALTERNATIVE: MUST AVOID “ONE SIZE FITS ALL” POSTURES IN HOUSING POLICY 
  • ALTERNATIVE: MUST ALLOW CITIES TO FORMULATE THEIR OWN SOLUTIONS 
  • ALTERNATIVE: MUST USE A VARIETY OF APPROACHES 
  • ALTERNATIVE: MUST USE RENT CONTROL 
  • ALTERNATIVE: INCLUSIONARY ZONING 
  • ALTERNATIVE: SOCIAL HOUSING POLICY 
  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRITICAL: LACK OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING DROVE THE GREAT RECESSION 
  • ALTERNATIVE: MUST QUESTION CORE OF CAPITALIST SYSTEM 
  • A/T: PUBLIC HOUSING BAD
  • A/T: CALIFORNIA LAO REPORT

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