Monday, July 24, 2017

U.S. Needs 4.6 Million More Apartments by 2030 to Avoid Even Worse Housing Shortage

The National Multifamily HOusing Council and the National Apartment Association have launched a joint Vision 2030 campaign. The foundation of that campaign is a new academic examination of how many apartments will be needed in the next 13 years.

The upshot: We’ll have to build 4.6 million new apartments between now and the end of 2030 to keep up with growing apartment demand—or risk exacerbating today’s existing housing shortage. Read more. 

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