Trump exec order takes dead aim at “barriers” to housing affordability

The question is, where are the low hanging fruit opportunity areas to ‘tear down red tape’ in order to build more affordable housing?

By John McManus | Builder

There’s no longer any room for debate.

Housing affordability has risen up the food chain of American kitchen table priorities. President Donald Trump, by executive order, declared on Tuesday that a newly-created White House council will “identify and remove obstacles that impede the development of new affordable housing.”

For those who’ve worked long and tirelessly to elevate the conversation, to make it a real flesh-and-blood issue whose human toll is hard to calculate and whose economic impacts on related issues of healthcare, productivity, economic mobility, poverty, crime, etc., it’s a moment of achievement in and of itself.

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