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dc.identifier.citation"Housing Needs Study of the Northern Neck of Virginia," czbllc.en
dc.description.abstractThe Northern Neck of Virginia is comprised of four rural coastal counties between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, Highway 302 and the Chesapeake Bay. The four counties are in the process of transitioning from an extraction-based and agricultural economy to a more service-oriented economy. As this has led to speculation, rising land values, and increasing housing costs, the nature of these shifts and their repercussions have important housing and policy implications, specifically that housing costs continue to rise faster than local wages, leaving the local workforce challenged to secure housing in the open market it can afford.en
dc.format.extent135 pagesen
dc.publisherVirginia Center for Housing Researchen
dc.rightsIn Copyrighten
dc.subjecthousing needsen
dc.subjectnorthern necken
dc.subjecthousing costsen
dc.subjecthousing affordabilityen
dc.titleHousing Needs Study of the Northern Neck of Virginiaen
dc.typeTechnical reporten

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