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Rents to rise as state sells affordable units to private real-estate developer


The state will sell thousands of affordable rental apartments to a private real-estate developer, which could mean less of a burden on taxpayers, but a price hike for residents. The Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation Board of Directors ...


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