By Jana Mathia
Gazette Reporter 

Regional housing report shows need for affordability

 

April 11, 2019

A slide from the Housing Affordability/Availablilty presentation given at the Inland Northwest Partners spring meeting March 27 shows how much of a family's income goes toward housing, whether mortgage or rent, broken down by annual income. Courtesy of Thomas P. Miller and Associates.

Some of the first information from the Palouse Regional Housing Needs Assessment was presented at the Inland Northwest Partners meeting March 27, covering housing availability and affordability in Whitman and Latah counties.

"It was interesting," said Port of Whitman County Commissioner Tom Kammerzell, who reported on the INP meeting at the port's April 4 meeting.

The Palouse Regional Housing Needs Assessment is a regional look at housing needs and is supported by multiple entities including City of Pullman, City of Moscow, Avista Corporation, WSU, University of Idaho and Schweitzer Engine...



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