ARIZONA ARIZONA AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROFILE
Findings and Conclusions 2002
Arizona Housing Commission Arizona Department of Housing U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
The Arizona Affordable Housing Profile is a groundbreaking report commissioned by the Arizona Housing Commission, the Arizona Department of Housing, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The purpose of this report is to provide leaders in Arizona with a "point in time" picture of the housing stock within each city, county and on many tribal lands. Most importantly, the profile specifically details the affordable housing gap of each jurisdiction. One of the issues highlighted in the report is the uniqueness of each community with respect to its affordable housing challenges. It also shows that barriers to affordable housing can vary greatly between urban and rural areas of the state. Some of the barriers found in the urban parts of the state include city imposed impa
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