Maria Choca Urban

  • When Affordable Housing Isn't Really Affordable

    Families living in affordable housing know their housing costs cannot exceed 30 percent of their incomes. But that affordability can be nullified if the housing is not located in areas with comparatively affordable transportation costs.

    Midwest 06 February 2012 16:05

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