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We put together this video showing some smiling faces of volunteers taken over the last year. As you all stay at home this week, know that we appreciate everything you have done for Habitat for Humanity Seattle - King County and our fight for affordable housing! ❤️ https://t.co/fNfbLWcOC4

When the #costofhome is having your family in an unsafe neighborhood, not being able to afford car insurance, or being unable to send your kids to college - the cost of home is too high. Will you join us in fighting for affordable housing? https://t.co/YvDzIZTKjB https://t.co/mfM3wYdHYA habitatskc photo

We are pausing volunteer engagement for the next 30 days (until April 18th), and then reassessing. These are truly unique times and we appreciate everyone’s patience as we do our best to stay safe and healthy while building much needed affordable housing. https://t.co/vSwnzJYC6i habitatskc photo

New homeowners, Orapin Khumma and her father, Jun Saengmanee cut the ribbon to their new home with Sue Tuohy, a Global Village volunteer from the US. Habitat for Humanity International. 🏠 https://t.co/1ixldub3w6 habitatskc photo

As you know, the COVID-19 outbreak has evolved quickly. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this situation. Our office, construction sites, & stores will now be closed to the public. We hope to reopen on April 7 but will continue to monitor the situation. https://t.co/MJIyvECFuZ habitatskc photo

Some good news on the affordable housing front! While rental prices for one and two-bedroom apartments have continued to rise, a study indicates the average price of a studio in Seattle dropped 8.59% from 2016 to $1,737.41.