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October 12, 2021

Wealthy Loudoun Needs Denser, Cheaper Housing As Market Pressure Builds

Loudoun County, like outer-ring suburbs around the country, has experienced a sustained spike in demand for housing, driving prices skyward and exacerbating the county's long-standing shortage of affordable options across a variety of housing types.

Wealthy Loudoun Needs Denser, Cheaper Housing As Market Pressure Builds

The county's Board of Supervisors has finally developed a plan to address the issue, adopting the Unmet Housing Needs Strategic Plan at its September meeting.Local real estate experts, speaking at Bisnow's Future of Loudoun County Digital Summit last month, said the UHNSP — along with a recently passed comprehensive plan that allows for more housing density…

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But that doesn't necessarily mean a healthy outlook for delinquencies, those same experts say. There is still potential for delinquencies to rise as the retail industry faces a logistics-challenged holiday season and business travel hasn't recovered enough to boost the hospitality industry.

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