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Fairfax battles black market for studio apartments

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A lack of affordable housing in Fairfax County has spawned a black market for studio apartments and county officials are now scrambling to shut down the illegal apartment business without undermining the supply of cheaper housing. Responding to a jump in demand for studio apartments, county residents have started building illegal studio apartments in their homes, renting them to people who,...

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