The Southeast's Affordable Housing Crisis by Andrea L. Gomez, National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) Fellow, with guidance from LS3P Rising land values, stagnant working class wages, lack of transportation options, zoning laws, “not in my backyard” mentalities, gentrification, reverse white flight or new attraction to urban living, developers not partaking, and lack of federal funding are just some factors
A Place to Call Home Innovations in Affordable Housing Everyone deserves a place to call home. Finding that place, however, is becoming increasingly difficult. The common rule of thumb is that housing and utilities should cost no more than 30% of a resident’s income to qualify as affordable. In communities across the nation, options for affordable housing are in short