The Housing Shortage Isn’t Just a Coastal Crisis Anymore

Posted on AllSides July 14th, 2022
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Source: Up for Growth analysis of U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development data.
ANALYSIS

San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and Washington have long failed to build enough housing to keep up with everyone trying to live there. And for nearly as long, other parts of the country have mostly been able to shrug off the housing shortage as a condition particular to big coastal cities.

But in the years leading up to the pandemic, that condition advanced around the country: Springfield, Mo., stopped having enough housing. And the same with Appleton, Wis., and Naples, Fla.

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