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10 Big Cities Where You Can Actually Afford To Buy A Home
Number Of Rent-Burdened U.S. Households Falling As Populations Shift
Workforce Housing Grabs Investor Interest, Regarded As Recession-Proof
Lender Will Help Mortgage Borrowers Crowdfund Their Down Payment
Preserve And Prosper: 3 Affordable Housing Stories In The U.S.’s Growing Cities
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The Rich Are Driving Up The Rent
ULI: Facing The Challenges Of Affordable Senior Housing
Inclusionary Housing Gains Attention As Way To Combat Increasing Housing Costs
Hunt Mortgage Group’s Affordable Multifamily Group Is An Industry Leader In Financing Affordable Multifamily Housing
Boston Teams With Nonprofit Developers To Build More Affordable Housing
Holding NYC Mayor de Blasio To His Affordable Housing Promise
Emerald Equity Gets $129M Loan Package For Bronx Workforce Housing
More Senior Affordable Housing On The Way In South, West Philly
D.C. To Invest $75M In 8 New Affordable Housing Projects
Young Commercial Real Estate Pro Running For D.C. Council On Affordable Housing Platform
Developer Calls Charlotte Tiny House Project Affordable, But Neighbors Say It Will Hurt Property Values
In Tampa Bay, Burdened Renters Abound As Homeownership Stays Low
New Affordable Housing Is Coming To Miami’s West Grove
Indianapolis Is Affordable, But This Indiana City Is Even Cheaper
Illinois Awards $22M In Tax Credits For Affordable Housing
High-Cost Housing Refugees Bring The Real Estate Crunch Into Middle America
New Denver Affordable Housing Plan Faces Questions About How City Will Help Residents Being Pushed Out
Will New California Law Cut Red Tape For Affordable Housing Developers?
San Diego May Soften Park Construction Requirements To Spur More Housing
Los Angeles Housing Partnership Gets New Executive Director
Grand Opening For San Francisco’s Largest Affordable Housing Development In A Decade
San Jose Mayor Calls For 25,000 Units Of Housing To Be Built
Spurred By Rising Rents, Latinos Buy Thousands Of Homes In Portland, Suburbs
As Seattle-Area Home Prices Soar, Some Would-Be Buyers Are Giving Up
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