Reforming Local Land Use Regulations To Increase Housing Production
A major challenge to achieving widespread housing affordability in the United States is the persistent underproduction of new housing. Restrictive land use regulations — especially in high-productivity metropolitan areas — limit housing supply and drive up the cost of housing to levels unaffordable to many.
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Elaine Ng, Region 9 Economic and Market Analysis Field Director, Discusses Housing Market Trends During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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