2021 Session Review: Home OwnershipSession review
Housing Jobs, Business & Economy
As home values increase across the state, more individuals are priced out of the market and not able to purchase a home or have to move where they can afford a home (which may require a longer commute for work). Throughout session, the building industry said that every $1,000 increase in the cost of building a new home prices more than 2,500 people out of the market to be able to buy a home.
HB 1084 (2021-22) HB 1099 (2021-22) HB 1220 (2021-22) HB 1233 (2021-22) HB 1277 (2021-22) HB 1410 (2021-22) HB 1438 (2021-22) SB 5141 (2021-22) SB 5235 (2021-22) SB 5287 (2021-22)
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