Housing advocates press Montana state lawmakers for affordability measures

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The Legislature could do more to support creation and preservation of affordable housing in Montana, three experts told the Interim Local Government Committee earlier this month.

The measures they recommended included supporting Tax Increment Financing districts and giving mobile-home residents more opportunity to purchase their properties.

Andrea Davis, the chairperson of the Montana Housing Coalition and the executive director of the affordable housing nonprofit Homeword in Missoula, told the committee that state lawmakers need to support legislation that helps those with the lowest incomes.


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