Would you like to rent an apartment in Seattle? You'd better be making money. In a new report, the National Low Income Housing Coalition found that to afford a two-bedroom apartment in King County, a household would have to pull in $75,120 per year, more than any other metropolitan area of the state. The report, "Out of Reach," shows how difficult it is to make it in one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S.
Skyrocketing home prices force buyers to search for alternative financing
Roadblocks to housing: How NIMBYs use environmental review processes to stall affordable housing
Trading spaces: Washington uses land transfers to help support the construction of affordable housing
Balancing Act: The pathway to building affordable housing is riddled with pitfalls
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