The housing affordability demands in Broward County and its municipalities still need to improve despite impressive post-recession job growth numbers and low unemployment.
The most critical housing problem in Broward County is the estimated 145,000 renter households who are cost-burdened and the 77,000 renter households who are “severely” cost-burdened.
Walter Duke + Partners
Coordinating Council of Broward
Broward County Commission
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It’s time that Broward leaders take control of this spiraling situation impacting our residents and businesses. There is already a broad consensus in Broward that affordable housing is a top issue. We have already seen the benefits of previous local investments and land use policy changes that encourage affordable housing development.
In 2018, the Coordinating Council of Broward issued Housing Broward: An Inclusive Plan, a 10 year plan recommending housing policy, actions and goals. The CCB continues to be the lead organization in Broward County working on this issue.
The 2018 Broward County Affordable Housing Needs Assessment provides a current market perspective on the key demand and supply factors impacting the production and availability of affordable housing in Broward County.
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August 9th, 2021, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
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