Affordable housing developer debuts Madison townhome community

The 31-townhome community is priced for Nashvillians earning up to 80% of the area median income, or $70,000 or less. “There are three challenges for building affordable housing. The cost of land, the cost of material and the cost of money. … The system is broken so we have to build it up," said Eddie Latimer, CEO of Affordable Housing Resources.

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