When Renters Can Earn Equity

Writing in Backyard, a newsletter exploring scalable solutions to make housing fairer, more affordable and more environmentally sustainable, Emily Nonko puts Cincinnati’s Margie Spinney and Renting Partnerships in the spotlight. The renter equity model changes everything by making wealth creation for low income people possible. And because it operates on small scale, instead of in 150-unit developments, banks and money are uninterested. This is the common good at work.

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Emily Nonkohttps://emilynonko.com/
Emily Nonko is a Brooklyn, New York-based reporter who writes about real estate, architecture, urbanism and design. Her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Curbed and other publications.

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