Opposing views on the number of units to be built complicates the path for cities.
Tiny houses are giving homeless and low-income people a chance at homeownership.
The leading causes of homelessness continues to be eviction and job loss.
The number of homeless students living in shelters in Long Island and NYC has increased.
Project Homeless Connect Day gives homeless and needy residents access to services.
High rents force some in Silicon Valley to live in vehicles
For low-income families, it can be frustrating finding a decent, affordable place to live. The Jacksonville Housing ...
The deplorable conditions at the local low-income housing project Eureka Gardens captured national headlines when it came ...
By Elizabeth Jenkins Imagine if 100 names stood between you and a place to live. Affordable housing is in short supply ...
Displaced tenants in Newark are struggling to find affordable housing units