For more than 30 years, the Institute for Community Economics has touted community land trusts as a way to stabilize neighborhoods and provide affordable homes to low- and moderate-income residents. The concept has taken hold in coastal states like Massachusetts and Washington, where real estate costs have been escalating for years, but it is not as well-known in the Middle West or the Mid South, where, until recently, prices have remained fairly reasonable.
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