Housing Costs and Government Regulations: Confronting the Regulatory Maze (Hardback)Stephen R. Seidel (author)
Hardback 434 Pages / Published: 30/12/1978
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This monograph explores the effects of government regulations on housing costs in all areas in which housing construction is touched by government.From the national to the local level, the impact of zoning laws, environmental controls, building codes, settlement and financing regulations, and other regulations are assessed in terms of mandated dollars which developers and builders - and thus the consumer - must spend.Based on a national sampling of interviews and case studies, this volume explores regulatory cost implications and shows how to determine the total cost effect of government regulations on housing costs.
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Number of pages: 434
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