(NEW YORK) -- Moshika and Abhinav Guha started house hunting in the San Francisco Bay Area last fall. One hundred home visits and nine failed offers later, they're considering leveraging their 49ers season tickets as a way to stand out from crowds of other potential... Read More.
By MARLENE LENTHANG, ABC News(CHICAGO) -- The Chicago suburb of Evanston has approved the first phase of a landmark $10 million reparations program that will give housing grants to Black residents targeted by discriminatory policies.On Monday evening, 5th... Read More.
By IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News (OLYMPIA, Wash.) -- Members of a housing advocacy group were arrested in Washington state Sunday after they allegedly stormed a hotel in Olympia and occupied it while demanding better care for people living on the streets.Olympia... Read More.
By MEREDITH DELISO and AARON KATERSKY, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Three families mourning the loss of their matriarchs are questioning why more wasn't done to protect the residents of their senior housing complex after a man was arrested for their... Read More.
By HALEY YAMADA, ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) -- Liam Spady had already come a long way by the time the COVID-19 pandemic hit this spring when the sudden lockdown put his future once again into the throes of uncertainty.The 22-year-old... Read More.
By LIBBY CATHEY, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump tweeted about suburbanites and low-income housing after repealing a rule designed to address racial segregation in suburban housing.A week after his administration overturned an Obama-era housing rule intended to fight... Read More.
By ANNE FLAHERTY, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- In a move squarely aimed at courting white conservative suburban voters, the Trump administration on Thursday officially dismantled an Obama-era rule that sought to lessen the impact of decades of racial segregation in America's... Read More.
By JON SCHLOSBERG and KAYNA WHITWORTH, ABC News(NEW ORLEANS) -- As the coronavirus pandemic enters its fifth month, an increasing number of renters from across the country are facing a grim reality -- possible eviction.In New Orleans, mothers... Read More.
The “Out of Reach” report generated annually by the National Low Income Housing Coalition details that a minimum wage worker in Snohomish County would need to work 122 hours per week and earn $75,960 annually in order to reasonably afford a two bedroom apartment.... Read More.
Everett Faith in Action and Interfaith Community Shelter are partnering in order to launch a new, 90-day transitional program for families experiencing homeless in SnoCo, called Cars to Housing. With the rise of homelessness occurring within Snohomish County, up 58% since 2018 according to their numbers,... Read More.
Last week, the Everett Rotary Club dispensed a one hundred thousand dollar grant to Catholic Housing Services, to be applied to the first of Everett’s permanent supportive housing project. Construction, originally slated for July of 2017, is presently noted to begin... Read More.