The Benefits of Multi-City Housing Collaboratives
Housing markets are regional in nature and do not respect the administrative boundaries of cities and municipalities. When local policymakers address a housing issue such as scarcity or quality, their choices inevitably affect housing conditions in surrounding municipalities.
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