A bipartisan group wants to solve Arizona’s housing shortage

By Jessica Boehm | Axios

Arizona is short 270,000 housing units and a bipartisan group of lawmakers, developers and housing experts plan to spend the next six months figuring out what to do about it.

Driving the news: The Housing Supply Study Committee met for the first time Tuesday. It was created this session by the state legislature.

Republican Rep. Steve Kaiser and Democratic Rep. Cesar Chavez co-chair the committee.

Tempe Mayor Corey Woods, Arizona Housing Coalition’s Joan Serviss and representatives from the Arizona Multihousing Association and the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona are among the members.

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