One third of the US population lives in rental housing, and that housing stock is rapidly aging. We need to add 4.6 million new rental units to the market by the year 2030, and renovate nearly 12 million units of the existing stock. We will be woefully short of producing these numbers unless we look for ways to innovate, and disrupt the speed and delivery of these housing units. We need to expedite financing, construction, and occupancy to ensure the entire population is properly housed. When it comes to building (and occupying) housing, policy, technology, and construction each separately and collectively play an important role. In this white paper we’ll explore the importance of each of these concepts and discuss how they can each accelerate housing production.