Amid housing shortage, Door County Housing Partnership (and Habitat) pursues affordable home ownership solutions
KNOCK - Nonprofit, public service journalism for Door County - by Lily Sweeney
Amid Door County’s ongoing affordable housing shortage, the Door County Housing Partnership is working with Door County Habitat for Humanity to make home ownership more attainable for local working families.
A 2019 study commissioned by the Door County Economic Development Corporation projected a need of 1,070 total affordable housing units in the county from 2018 to 2023. That included 70 workforce owner-occupied homes, and all but 10 of those homes needed to be priced between $60,000 and $124,900, according to the study.
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