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Tag: affordability

Linkage Fees are a supply-side solution: Or, how land owners end...

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Linkage Fees, proposed fees on new development to pay for affordable housing, have a lot of critics. And the critics' arguments are probably all...

Developer Fail: More Parking Than Apartment Units Isn’t TOD

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When Link opened in 2009, it was expected to be a catalyst for transit-oriented development (TOD) in the Rainier Valley: MLK Way is littered...

Are kitchen sizes more important than housing costs? This indicates Seattle...

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The fourth proposed regulation on micro-housing concerns minimum square footage of communal areas. The city would like to require a minimum square footage for the...

How much should a 2 bedroom apartment cost? It should definitely...

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We completed our preliminary research on two-bedroom housing in Seattle. We’ll be publishing a comprehensive report on all unit types in the near future....

aPodment Opponents Want You To Pay For Their Parking

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As mentioned in a previous post, opponents of micro-housing have a legitimate concern that new developments may change the character of their neighborhood. Not...

Seattle Housing Reading List – January 6th

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Here's the roundup of reading we've been doing: Greater Greater Washington covers city policies in Washington DC that promote affordable houses for potential homeowners. The...

Who is Mel Watt? He’s here to decide how much money...

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The US Senate confirmed the nomination of Mel Watt to the the Federal Housing Finance Agency. The agency had been without a nominated executive...

Average and Median Prices of Renting In Seattle

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We completed our preliminary research on 1 bedroom housing in Seattle. We’ll be publishing this research once we’ve worked out all the bugs. In...