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Montgomery County successful in bid to end veteran homelessness

Montgomery County officials have effectively declared veteran homelessness within the county a thing of the past.
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First-time buyers waiting longer to become homeowners

First-time buyers are becoming an increasingly smaller share of overall homeowners, the impact of which could ripple throughout the housing market.
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Articles on the state of PA's budget bill

Despite six months of deliberations, Pennsylvania's budget deliberations continue, leaving it uncertain whether legislators will act to close the state's budget gap or address its long-term pension liabilities.
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Ideas Worth Stealing: How to recruit more landlords to work with Section 8 tenants

Housing authorities, non-profits, and advocacy groups have started various initiatives to increase the number of landlords who rent to tenants with Housing Choice vouchers.
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Cities look at subsidized housing to stem teacher shortages

Inspired by the success in the heart of the Silicon Valley of a 70-unit teachers-only apartment complex, school districts in high cost-of-living areas and rural communities that have long struggled to staff classrooms are considering buying or building rent-subsidized apartments as a way to attract and retain teachers amid concerns of a looming shortage.
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A plan to untangle Philadelphia's daunting decay

The New York Times features a story on PACDC's efforts to advocate for implementation of the Philadelphia Land Bank in a way that puts vacant properties back into productive use while advancing the equitable redevelopment of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods.
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