Maryland Must Build Thousands More Homes To Keep Prices Affordable, Report Says

Maryland will have to make big changes to its housing ecosystem to keep homes affordable over the next 10 years, according to a new state-commissioned report released Tuesday.

The analysis from the University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth and Enterprise Community Partners, a nonprofit housing lender and advocacy organization, says Maryland must add thousands more housing units by 2030 to accommodate a swelling population of low-income residents, while also meeting unmet demand from moderate-income residents, seniors and people with disabilities.


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