If housing is a human right, then it should be right to build housing.
Supply falls short of demand which is pushing prices higher. By the end of this decade, we will need 30,000-40,000 more homes – and about 16,500 of those units are just to normalize vacancy rates, address homelessness, and replace homes that are destroyed. The cumulative impact of decisions made over many decades has resulted in the current housing shortage. The decisions we collectively make moving forward can turn this around.
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