FILE: California Gov. Gavin Newsom, seen in Sacramento
In the United States, democratic officials continue to make proposals to extend subsidies to middle – class families, some with six-digit incomes-in an attempt housing more affordable.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed, the financing of housing for families whose income normally will not make you qualify for assistance programs. Last month, his government $ 200 million for middle-class families are set aside in a $750 million-is to package the fight of the state of the real estate crisis.
Meanwhile, the District of Columbia mayor Muriel E. Bowser has suggested, earning $20 million in workforce funds to support the family up to $141,000
Similar efforts are, it is proposed, in other major cities such as Boston and Philadelphia, where the growing population and real estate boobs shot in the sky house prices, reported The Washington Post.
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Critics of this approach argue that housing assistance to families of the middle class draws resources for people with low or no income. Others claim that talk of such, is merely the political attitude.
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“I think it would be a dangerous error, in this time in our history, a focus-shift on the level of income, if we still have not got to know, very clearly, and fundamentally different from those of the lowest,” Michael Anderson, Director of the Housing Trust Fund project, told The Washington Post.