subsidized housing cost 2 & 3 times more than value.
The current dreams of the city (any) is to get government funds to play with .
This process takes years and wasted tax dollars to chase it .
to many bright ideas in circles .
It is imperitive that you consider this concept , as the rents go higher and wages go lower !
Really : 1 mobile home park may cost 500 to 600 a month per spot to live in .
My way the spot pays out 2,400 a month ! ! !
these six studo units can rent for 100 a week as a motel .
eliminating the housing rules of the eviction process !
if the investor covers the utilities as well it will guarantee 100% occupancy period .
WE MUST CREATE THE EXAMPLE IN THE WORKFORCE HOUSING MARKET FOR IT TO CARRY INTO THE LOW INCOME AND HOMELESS SECTOR ( PRIVATIZE IT ! FOR PROFITS ! )
MY FIRST CONCEPT IS TO CONSIDER THE ORLANDO (DISNEY EMPLOYEES )
DISNEY WORLD AND RESORTS / HAS 74,000 CAST MEMBERS .
TAKING THIS IN PERSPECTIVE THE HOUSING OFFERING OF $100 A WEEK AND CLOSE TO WORK
WOULD BE A BLOCK BUSTER FOR THEIR EMPLOYEES AND SURROUNDING BUSINESS.S EMPLOYEES .
AND THIS COULD ACT AS A PERK FOR BOTH OF THEM .
AS WELL AS STILL SPUR BIG PROFITS FOR LANDLORDS .
1,000 UNIT'S FOR EMPLOYED WORKERS .
LOW INCOME HOUSING CAN FOLLW THIS TREND AS WELL !
After movie role, it's back to motel life. Orlando Sentinel - 2017-12-24 - FRONT PAGE - By Kate Santich Staff Writer. At the Kissimmee motel Pamela Wiggins calls home, the 36-year-old theme-park worker waits for the afternoon school bus to deliver her daughters, ensuring the kids bypass any drunks, drug dealers
https://www.pressreader.com/usa/orlando-sentinel/20171224/281698320115240Housing more crucial after Maria. Orlando Sentinel - 2017-12-24 - OPINION -. Metro Orlando was ranked as one of the nation's hardest places to find affordable housing before Hurricane Mariaslammed into Puerto Rico three months ago, and tens of thousands of residents started leaving the island for Central Florida.
In 2014, San Francisco passed legislation allowing property owners to add accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, to their homes and buildings. The law was then expanded in late 2016 so that any building with at least five existing apartments could add an unlimited number of units,the San Francisco Chronicle reports.