Housing in Maryland at ‘inflection point,’ Sec. Day says. Legislature considers bills.
Maryland Secretary of Housing and Community Development Jake Day said the state is at “an inflection point” when it comes to housing during a news conference hosted by a trade association of realtors last week. Ninety-nine percent of those ages 18 to 34 say it is harder to buy a home today than for previous generations, according to a survey of over 800 registered Maryland voters conducted in January by a polling firm.