In CT, low-income housing boosts property values

Arranging and zoning conferences across Connecticut have been punctuated for decades with public feedback to the outcome that lower-profits housing will, should the commission dare allow for for the introduction of this kind of housing to their city, decreased housing values of incumbent home owners. The argument may be summarized that minimal-earnings housing improvement, by its extremely proximity to existing homes, minimizes the sale value of this properties, therefore imposing, in result, an further house tax on the incumbents.

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