fair share housing center
Many towns have simply done nothing due fear of people who are different from them, fear of people of color moving into their communities.
Advocates in Christie’s home state say the governor has spent the last six years essentially waging a war on affordable housing in New Jersey.
Good things can happen when the cycle of racial isolation is broken. The Mount Laurel decision has had a very positive impact on housing in NJ.
In the State of New Jersey, 26% of renter households have extremely low income, the housing wage to afford a 2-bedroom apartment is $25.17.