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May 30, 2013

Low-cost, Affordable Housing Remains Concern for Rapid City

Rapid City has received HUD funding for more than 35 years.

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Affordable housing has been a prominent issue in Rapid City for more than 35 years.  There is a need for smaller, more affordable homes and apartments.  However, according to the Black Hills Home Builders Association, the home-building market is trending toward more expensive homes.

Find out about South Dakota HUD and homeownership.

Read more about housing and community development in the archives.

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