We hope you enjoyed your holiday weekend. Now that you’re back, we have something else for you to enjoy: today’s housing news.
In light of HUD’s Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grants announcement, the National Journal takes a closer look at the Obama administration’s approach to community revitalization.
Reuters checks out solar power, which is thriving in spite of a struggling housing market – largely because home builders, utilities, and the government are working together.
St. Petersburg, FL hired a consultant and dramatically decreased its homeless population.
And city regulations in New York are making it all the more common to see mixed-income neighbors sharing the same buildings.