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Renters’ Credit Bill Filed

Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY) has introduced a bill (H.R. 4479) that would establish a federal renters’ tax credit.
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Low to Moderate Income Areas and Minorities Left Behind Says Assessment of Pittsburgh-Area Bank Lending Practices

The Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group’s 2014 Mortgage Lending Study reveals that many Pittsburgh-area communities have yet to recover from the financial meltdown.
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New homes target a unique homeless population in Philly

The homes will provide permanent supportive housing for youth that are homeless or are aging out of foster care with an emphasis on education and employment.
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Housing and Health

Study shows getting into stable housing resulted in a significant reduction in total health care costs
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A crash course in Tax Foreclosure Reform 101

The connection between tax foreclosure reform and neighborhood revitalization.
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Getting homeless back on track with apartments

Pathways to Housing's national organization projects it costs $57 a night to provide independent housing, far more affordable than $73 to sleep in a shelter, $164 locked in prison, or $519 spent in the emergency room.
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Getting homeless back on track with apartments

Pathways to Housing's national organization projects it costs $57 a night to provide independent housing, far more affordable than $73 to sleep in a shelter, $164 locked in prison, or $519 spent in the emergency room.
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New way to pay for affordable housing proposed

Sen. John Blake has purposed a new way of paying for the housing trust fund using real estate related legal fees.
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