The lack of land to build is one of the many concerns that different mayors of Miami-Dade They put this Wednesday on the table, in the face of the great housing crisis that not only the county suffers, but the entire nation.
The meeting, which was attended by more than 30 mayors, was chaired by Daniella Levine Cava, head of the county.
In addition to the lack of land to build new homes, they also discussed new incentives for builders to develop more affordable homes.
In some parts of the county, rents have increased by as much as 50%.
The situation has reached such a point that they are studying the possibility of rent control for a period of time, a measure that does not have much chance in Florida, but if approved, it could end up on the ballot so that the voters themselves decide.
Source: Adriana Navarro | americateve.com
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