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Housing Incentives Stimulate the Private Sector

John C. Weicher

The Living Cities Policy Series consists of papers commissioned by Living Cities to stimulate serious conversation about issues that are important to Americas cities. The authors present a variety of perspectives that do not necessarily represent the views of Living Cities or its member organizations.

Living Cities: The National Community Development Initiative is a consortium of major financial institutions, philanthropic foundations, and federal agencies investing collaboratively in the vitality of cities to increase opportunity and improve the lives of people in urban neighborhoods.

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