Low inventory, competition driving up home prices — here are the bills Republicans say could help the problem

Econ & Housing

MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) — In an effort to address housing challenges in the state, Republicans unveiled a package of bills that would create more affordable housing for workers and reduce regulations. Over the last 12 months, new listings are down nearly 33% and average prices of a home rose by 6.8%, according to a…

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