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The City Wants to Become a Housing Landlord

Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report the city wants to build housing for vulnerable residents so why are some people up in arms? We discuss why on this weeks episode.

-Eight properties have been chosen for the housing developments

-Number of units range from 5 to as many as 66 new housing units

-Some residences aren't happy with the idea, claiming the City shouldn't be a landlord

-Others think the new projects add uncertain and traffic to their neighborhoods

-Yet, many applaud the City for making the most out of usable land and repositioning exciting projects for housing

-In a housing crisis the most vulnerable residents are the ones that depend on innovative ways to get new housing on the market

-The projects will serve seniors, veterans and the disabled