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2017 Regional Housing Study: Housing Demand in Miller County

As Lake of the Ozarks Regional Economic Development Council assembled economic development plans and initiatives for the region, housing has come up frequently as a major economic development factor. To be successful, the area must provide a variety of housing types to drawn in residents who want to relocate a business to the Lake of the Ozarks. The diverse economy of the region, which includes both tourism-oriented businesses close to the Lake and industrial jobs away from the Lake, has successfully attracted a growing population of people who seek to enjoy the environment offered in the region. This week, the Lake of the Ozarks Regional Economic Development Council wants to share how the housing demand in Miller County will affect the growth of the Lake of the Ozarks region moving forward. Take a look:

Miller County is defined by its diversity of landscape and economies. From rural to agricultural in all but the southwest corner of the county, this diversit…