The workforce housing investment opportunity

June 1, 2018, Real Assets Adviser:Cities across the United States are experiencing a housing disconnect. Even as new construction starts have added up to a multifamily building boom, a housing crunch remains in many U.S. cities, with many people unable to find or afford a place to live. A large segment of the apartment-seeking population does not qualify for subsidized housing, but also does not make enough for the market-rate rentals in its cities. The need for inexpensive housing, within close proximity to job centers, that caters to this working population of renters — and the opportunity for investors — is clear, and it is aptly referred to as workforce housing.

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