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Maryland property tax credits exacerbate the housing crisis

June 12, 2023
Aerial photography of gray houses

The root of the housing crisis is a lack of adequate housing supply. There simply aren’t enough homes for people to buy. Between 1990 and 2008, Maryland built an average of 23,000 units per year. Since 2008, Maryland builders have produced less than 15,000 units annually, while our population grows by 40,000 every year.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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