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Affordable Housing in Santa Fe

CSE (formerly Ecology and Law Institute) found that Santa Fe’s affordable housing ordinance would offset socio-economic costs of the affordable housing crisis, reduce economic segregation, curb urban sprawl, boost spending in the community, and generate few if any additional costs to developers. Prepared for Homewise, Santa Fe.


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