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the workforce

housing for 

What we do 

Our mission is  to bring homes & develop communities

Starman Development is a specialty developer focusing on Affordable Housing to meet the needs of America’s growing workforce.


Why Affordable Housing?              

National Shortage of Affordable Rental Housing

"Record-breaking numbers of   families cannot afford a decent 
place  to call home"

Rental homes affordable & available per 100
extremely low-income renter households by state 

(According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition)


30 or Fewer

More than 45

Between 31 & 40

Between 41 & 45

          The Gap  

Nationally, there is a shortage of more than 7 million affordable homes for our nation's 10.8 million plus extremely

low-income families

* Source:


There is no state or county where
a renter working full-time at minimum wage can afford a
two-bedroom apartment

70% of all extremely
low-income families

are severely cost-burdened, paying more than half their income on rent.


No state has an adequate supply of affordable rental housing for the lowest income renters

In 2022, the affordable housing

supply cannot meet the demand of low-income renters in every

U.S. state.

Moving People

More than 

of low-income 
families, spend 
more than 

50% of their


Key Figures


working Americans should be able to live without spending more than 30% of their income towards rent


of all extremely low income families pay more than half their income on rent

   Why it matters:  

Housing is the key to reducing intergenerational poverty and increasing economic mobility.

Research shows that increasing access to affordable housing is the most cost-effective strategy for reducing childhood poverty and increasing economic mobility in the United States.  

Stanford economist Raj Chetty found that children who moved to lower poverty neighborhoods saw their earnings as adults increase by approximately 31%, an increased likelihood of living in better neighborhoods as adults, and a lowered likelihood of becoming a single parent. 

Moreover, children living in stable, affordable homes are more likely to thrive in school and have greater opportunities to learn inside and outside the classroom.

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