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The housing crisis is a real issue in Southern California and around the country
Our blog post was created to shed light on this issue.

FEATURED Posts

  1. 22 Nov, 2016
    San Diego, California, Increase in Affordable Housing, Measure
    A measure allowing the city to increase the number of housing units available for people with low incomes was on the ballot for San Diego voters in San Diego County, California, on November 8, 2016. It was approved. A yes vote was a vote in favor of allowing the city to increase by 38,680 the number of housing units available for people with low incomes. A no vote was a vote against this measure allowing the city to increase the number of housing units available for people with low incomes.
  2. Affordable Housing | The untold story!
    12 Jul, 2016
    Affordable Housing | The untold story!
    Affordable Housing | The untold story! Rethinking affordable housing | Adam Walls | TEDxGrantPark  Why are underinvested communities underinvested? Adam Walls shares the history of laws preventing investment in certain neighborhoods of Chicago and his idea of how we can invest in underinvested communities. ​​
  3. San Diego's Housing Crisis Squeezing The Middle Class
    29 Mar, 2016
    San Diego's Housing Crisis Squeezing The Middle Class
    San Diego City Council Declares Affordable Housing Emergency For 12th Year In A Row SD CRISIS San Diego is tens of thousands of units short of the goal for affordable homes for sale, and the rental market is also soaring out of reach for low-income San Diegans.    Read more at: www.how.to.blog
  4. 05 Jan, 2016
    Taking Steps to ease Affordable Housing Crisis
    Taking Steps to ease Affordable Housing Crisis Read more at: www.how.to.blog

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