Prioritize Stabilization, Preservation, and Rehab of Affordable Housing
Local jurisdictions can prioritize stabilization, preservation, and rehab of affordable housing options in their zoning ordinances. While maintenance may be expensive, it is usually less expensive than creating a new development, and ensures the long-term availability and affordability of the local housing stock by preventing more costly repairs down the road.
$$$, Rehab and remodel can be expensive, but may still be lower cost than new development
1+ years to implement the policy change, but work can begin sooner
Collaboration / Partnerships, Government, Housing Supply, Maintenance, New Development, Redevelopment, Zoning
Affordable Housing, New Development
Planning / Organizing
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