A couple weeks ago, I walked into a local construction company, and I was shocked to find out that the place was actually making money, thanks to the thousands of people who have been paying rent.
Layton, Florida is home to a city that’s one of the most economically distressed in the United States, where unemployment has been at more than 10% for the last five years, and residents are living in squalor, in some cases with people living in cars and on the streets.
According to the American Housing Survey, the unemployment rate for people in Laymont, Florida was 4.8% in December, with more than 20,000 people unemployed in that area.
According to a recent survey by the National Center for Education Statistics, a third of American families that earn less than $15,000 a year are living below the poverty line.
In fact, that’s the highest rate of poverty in the country, with 19.3% of families living below $15K.
In the last year, more than $600 million worth of renovations and renovations were completed in Laytons apartment complexes, according to a spokesperson for the company.
The buildings that are being constructed are being financed by private developers, and these companies have built the homes to house tenants who can’t afford to pay rent.
For these people, they have to pay $100,000 to $200,000 per month, depending on the size of the building and the number of units.
And yet, the developers and developers are still making money.
The city has been losing its housing market to a surge in demand, which has resulted in the demolition of thousands of homes in the area, but a recent study found that the number that are still standing has fallen by 60%.
The Layton city council is now looking into how to better protect tenants and the community from this housing crisis.
It is a debate that has been going on for some time.
Last year, in October, a bill that would have mandated that tenants pay at least a portion of their rent in rent-controlled units was voted down by the Florida Senate, but this week, a proposal was approved that would allow for tenants to pay a portion in rent if they live in a unit that is deemed a “substantial improvement” to their property.
If passed, the legislation would also require that landlords pay rent that is 50% of the value of the property, which would increase the amount of money that renters would be able to pay, from $3,000 now to $4,000, if they are currently living in a property that is considered a “critical improvement”.
In this new bill, the city council could have a huge impact on the housing market, because many people in this city would be displaced if this legislation becomes law.
This is a good start, and it could be a major boon for the people of Layton.
But there is one big problem: if this bill passes, it will also make it easier for developers to build housing in the future.
A few years ago, a developer named Tom Schaller made headlines when he was caught on video demolishing more than 100 homes in a neighborhood in New Jersey.
As the New Jersey Coalition Against Homelessness explains, the developer used his private company, New Jersey Development Group, to demolish the houses without compensation to the residents who were originally evicted.
“We can’t let this developer destroy our neighborhoods and leave us with a city of homeless people,” said New Jersey Communities United president Michael Schaffer.
Since then, he has been involved in several lawsuits against developers in the state of New Jersey over the practice.
He also sued New York City, which used to provide a subsidy to developers to move forward with their projects.
Even though he has lost many lawsuits in recent years, Schallers actions have been criticized by a number of cities and developers, who argue that it’s unfair to blame him for the housing crisis and make it easy for developers.
Schallers case is only one of many examples where developers have been caught demolishing houses, or otherwise breaking the law in the past few years.
There have been a number other demolitions, including one in the suburbs of Washington, DC, that took place just before the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Earlier this year, a company called RBC Realty Group was also caught on tape demolishing two houses in Florida.
The company, which also owns the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., and the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, was ordered to pay out $1.6 million to two homeowners who were evicted by the company in December.
On Monday, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and the Florida Land Bank Board approved a $1 million grant to pay for the repairs, which will be funded through a bond issue.
However, as The Washington Post explains