Tenants of federal-backed Bucks nonprofit face loss of homes

Bucks residents threatened with loss of subsidized rentals through no fault of their own.

Boston's policy on affordable housing inspires Pittsburgh task force

Thanks to a 15-year-old city policy, teachers, police officers and other modest wage earners live next door to the wealthy at the Mandarin and other luxurious residential developments in Boston.
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Taking a No-Holds-Barred Approach to Blight

A Three-Part Webinar Series by Local Officials for Local Officials

PA Housing Trust Fund Bill Gains Early Support

Additional funding from Realty Transfer Tax would expand affordable housing statewide.
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Court ruling bolsters power of urban land banks

A Michigan appeals court agrees urban land banks get first crack at tax-foreclosed parcels before speculators.

Counting the city's homeless

300 volunteers coordinated by Project HOME hit the streets to count the city's homeless.
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