A New York Times article looks at how technology could help address housing affordability challenges. Matt Hoffman, vice president for innovation at Enterprise Community Partners, notes that Enterprise is seeking partnerships with tech companies with ideas that could change the market, such as new models between renting and ownership or squeezing new supply out of the housing that already exists. Hoffman also explains that Enterprise recently began to invest in early-stage tech start-ups themselves. Enterprise and MetaProp, a firm focused on “proptech” investment, advisory and startup acceleration, have announced a partnership to inject capital into early-stage companies with technology-enabled solutions that have the potential to improve housing affordability, through platforms that could tap into existing underutilized assets. Visit Enterprise’s website for more information on Enterprise’s HousingTech work.