Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Research on Regional Housing Needs Allocations in Southern California

Professor Ramsey-Musolf published an analysis of the allocation of housing growth to 185 cities in the Southern California region. This study determined that the regional planning agency directed housing growth to the city of Los Angeles and the region’s outlying cities as opposed to increasing density in the central and coastal cities. In addition, the study determined that the allocated housing growth was statistical associated with increased housing inventory, housing affordability, and housing growth rate.


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