AZ’s affordable housing crunch worsening

By Catherine Reagor | Arizona Republic (Image by Pexels)

Arizona’s affordable housing crunch was heading toward a crisis before the pandemic.

Pandemic-related job losses over the past year have made the situation worse. And while the almost half a billion dollars of rental aid from the late December stimulus will hopefully help many, those funds won’t fix the problem.

Arizona, and particularly metro Phoenix, has a shortage of affordable housing. Rising home prices and rents, coupled with lagging salary increases, have created a gap.


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