New Report Confirms that NJ Needs More Affordable Housing

Posted May 15th, 2022

The cost of housing in New Jersey is high for everyone, but a new report finds lower-income families are being crushed by a shortage of affordable places to live. Arnold Cohen, the senior policy advisor for the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey, said the report finds that there are one affordable and available apartments for every 100 families earning $30,000 a year. Read about the affordable housing report.

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