Throughout the pandemic, essential workers demonstrated just how critical their roles are in modern society. From health care professionals, first responders, and law enforcement, to truck drivers, teachers, child care providers, retail workers, and those who keep grocery store shelves stocked- these are the people who help keep us safe, fed, cared for, and productive.


In many American cities, however, a growing scarcity of affordably priced, centrally located housing means that many essential workers cannot afford to live in the communities they serve. In almost every market during the past decade, the number of single-family rental units being built has not kept up with population growth. This increases competition for those available units, drives up rental rates, and disproportionately impacts the people we rely on to keep our infrastructure up and running. 

Click here to read the full article by CEO & Managing Partner Gideon Pfeffer on to learn more about the need for affordably priced housing to support essential workers.

For a comprehensive list of Gideon’s articles published on Inc. Masters, click here.

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