News

Tenants of federal-backed Bucks nonprofit face loss of homes

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

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.
News Categories: 

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.
News Categories: 

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.
News Categories: 
Issues: 

Pages

Subscribe to News