Governor Charlie Baker announced a plan Monday to add more housing to the anemic Massachusetts market. The plan includes $10 million dollars in grants and incentives to municipalities that add housing quickly. He’ll also ask the legislature to make it easier for communities to change zoning rules that make it difficult to build certain types of housing.
“More housing is the best way to solve our ongoing inventory crisis,” said 2017 Massachusetts Association of Realtors® President Paul Yorkis, president of Patriot Real Estate in Medway. “We are glad that the Governor is making housing production a priority and we look forward to working with his administration to tackle this important issue.”
Read more in the Boston Globe.