Out of Bounds – E253 – The Skiing Lawyer w/ Ben Leoni

Adam Jaber May 15, 2023

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Out of Bounds – E253 – The Skiing Lawyer w/ Ben Leoni

Hello, hello, hello and welcome back to a brand-new episode of The Out Of Bounds podcast, right here on The Out of Collective Network. Today we’re tackling the housing crisis facing our ski town with The Skiing Lawyer, Ben Leoni. There has been a lot of talk and articles about the current state of housing in mountain communities recently and with good reason. A lot of the fingers have been pointed at remote work, Air BnB and outside forces. While those certainly are major factors Ben finds the problems are also rooted in overregulation. And while zoning codes and land use regulation isn’t the sexiest of topics it is what is seriously driving shortages and inflated prices. Ben walks us through the data, the legal red tape, and steps people in those communities can take to make a difference. Ben has some fresh takes and insight on a serious problem. And whether you agree with him or not, it’s safe to say the first steps to making a difference is getting educated about the issue and getting active & involved. For more housing resources and more from Ben, just listen to the full episode. And you can do that here and wherever you find your favorite pods. But do not forget you can also find this interview and so much more on our YouTube channel, so be sure to like and subscribe.

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