How more new apartments could keep prices affordable in Silver Spring, Md.

01/28/2013 | Greater Greater Washington (Washington, D.C.)

The apartment vacancy rate is so low in Silver Spring, Md., that the "filtering" that usually takes place to make older apartments more affordable is not occurring, an analysis shows. Instead, property owners are renovating, keeping prices as high as those for new properties. More new apartments would help promote "filtering," writes Dan Reed.

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