Workforce Housing: Innovative Strategies and Best Practices
Rising home values are pushing the American dream of homeownership out of reach for middle-class working families who cannot afford market-rate housing, yet do not qualify for subsidies. This book describes some of the most innovative and successful strategies that have been employed, turning upside down the old ways of thinking about affordable housing, and producing residences that working families can afford.
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