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Why We Should Stop Tearing Down Homes

Here’s a recent opinion piece in the Washington Post from Nancy Welsh, founder of Builders of Hope, about addressing the affordable housing crisis in the country. Builders of Hope is based in Raleigh and works in Charlotte, New Orleans and Dallas.  Tearing down foreclosed homes has begun in several parts of the country.  Builders of Hope makes a solid case for why this is a ridiculous and unnecessary strategy to rebuild the economy.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-innovations/recycle-homes-to-fix-americas-housing-crisis/2011/12/05/gIQA3wiSZO_story.html

 

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