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Habitat for Humanity launches 'Home is the Key' national campaign

 

Last updated 4/19/2019 at 7:09am



TEMECULA – For many people across the U.S., access to an affordable home remains out of reach, creating barriers to affording basic necessities such as food, education or medical care. In California, 25% of residents now live in either substandard housing or are overcrowded or cost-burdened.

Southwest Riverside County families are affected as well and the shortage of units also contributes to the homelessness problem. To address this critical need locally and across the country, Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley is joining Home is the Key, a national campaign by Habitat for Humanity Int...



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tomsuttle writes:

A very big part of the apartment shortage problem is related to local government building-related fees that are so burdensome to developers that potential investors in multi-family projects are finding it preferable to just shop around for existing older apartment complexes. This problem extends also to the realm of commercial development, partially stifling a growth in sales tax revenues which would otherwise be forever benefiting the associated communities and local governments.

 
 
 

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