Property

n.
a. A (usually material) thing belonging to a person, group of persons, etc.; a possession; (as a mass noun) that which one owns; possessions collectively; a person's goods, wealth, etc. Also figurative.
b. Originally: a piece of land under one ownership; a landed estate. Now also: any residential or other building (with or without associated land) or separately owned part of such a building (as an apartment, etc.). Also as a mass noun: such lands or buildings collectively.


Podcasts
Heltman, John. "The American Dream: Is Homeownership Really the Answer?". The American Banker, Nobody's Home, Ep. 5, December 2018. Audio, 30:13. https://www.americanbanker.com/nobodyshome#group-episode-5-TmIw5SDAWg.
Heltman, John. "Building From Strength: Inside Cities’ Battle Against Blight". The American Banker, Nobody's Home, Ep. 3, October 2018. Audio, 26:24. https://www.americanbanker.com/nobodyshome#group-episode-3-05onlKXJUy.
Heltman, John. "'Do You Hear Me?': How Blight Is Hurting America". The American Banker, Nobody's Home, Ep. 1, September 2018. Audio, 23:42. https://www.americanbanker.com/nobodyshome#group-episode-1-hWNh0lKYSh.Heltman, John. "Sweat Equity: What Does it Cost to Build a Home?". The American Banker, Nobody's Home, Ep. 8, December 2018. Audio, 23:11. https://www.americanbanker.com/nobodyshome#group-episode-8-ilRfb4wzBu.

Texts and other related media


Bowman, Ann O'M, and Michael A. Pagano. Terra Incognita: Vacant Land and Urban Strategies. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004.
Clemoes, Charlie. “Keywords of Development: Rent.” TOPOS. April 17, 2020.https://www.toposmagazine.com/keywords-of-development-rent/?utm_source=CleverReach+GmbH+&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TO_Redaktion_KW24_Kopie&utm_content=Mailing_12034171
Clemoes, Charlie. “Keywords of Development: Rent.” Image. TOPOS. April 17, 2020.https://www.toposmagazine.com/keywords-of-development-rent/?utm_source=CleverReach+GmbH+&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TO_Redaktion_KW24_Kopie&utm_content=Mailing_12034171
Cooper Hewitt. “W. E. B. du Bois's Data Portraits Visualizing Black America.” Image. SHOP Cooper Hewitt, October 2018. https://shop.cooperhewitt.org/products/w-e-b-du-boiss-data-portraits-visualizing-black-america
Hackworth, Jason. "The Limits to Market-based Strategies for Addressing Land Abandonment in Shrinking American Cities." Progress in Planning 90 (2014): 1-37.
Hackworth, Jason. "The Limits to Market-based Strategies for Addressing Land Abandonment in Shrinking American Cities." Image. Progress in Planning 90, 2014.
J. Max Bond Center. “Mapping America’s Legacy Cities 2015.” City College of New York, 2015. https://ssa.ccny.cuny.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/MappingAmericanLegacyCities_15Dec2015.pdf
López-Piñeiro, Sergio. A Glossary of Urban Voids. Berlin: Jovis Verlag, 2020. Excerpts.
López-Piñeiro, Sergio. “A Glossary of Urban Voids Title Page.” Image. Berlin: Jovis Verlag, 2020.
Mallach, Alan, Lavea Brachman. “Regenerating America’s Legacy Cities.” Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2013. https://www.lincolninst.edu/sites/default/files/pubfiles/regenerating-legacy-cities-full_0.pdf
Rabianski, Joseph S. “Vacancy in Market Analysis and Valuation.” The Appraisal Journal 70, no. 2, (2002): 191-199.
Rusert, Britt, and Battle-Baptiste, Whitney eds. W. E. B. du Bois's Data Portraits Visualizing Black America. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 2018. Excerpts.