New Report: Perceptions on Affordable Housing

Posted by on October 25, 2002

Fannie Mae Foundation Affordable Housing Survey finds 41 percent of Americans believe the lack of affordable homes is a very or fairly big problem, compared to lack of affordable health care (39 percent), unemployment (34 percent), or crime (20 percent). Forty-six percent say there are few to no good options for working families looking for affordable places to live. To see the full report, go to the Fannie Mae Foundation Web site.

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