Home Prices Rise Six Times Faster Than the Wage in Orlando, Florida

The housing market in Orlando, Florida continues to heat up as home prices rise six times faster than the wage in the region. Lou Nimkoff, President of Brio Real Estate Services explained that “Orlando’s housing market continues to be tuggedContinue reading… Home Prices Rise Six Times Faster Than the Wage in Orlando, Florida

Both Homeowners and Renters Feel the Increasing Cost of Housing in US

Renters and would be homeowners are not the only ones who are experiencing the burden of the increasing housing rates across the United States. Everyone who has a roof over his head is virtually affected by the decline of affordableContinue reading… Both Homeowners and Renters Feel the Increasing Cost of Housing in US

Kaiser Permanente Invests $200 Million in Affordable Housing

On Friday, May 18, Kaiser Permanente, together with the Mayors of Baltimore, Maryland, Alexandria, Virginia, Portland, Oregon, and Oakland, California has made an announcement regarding affordable housing. The non-profit health care provider will be investing as much as $200 millionContinue reading… Kaiser Permanente Invests $200 Million in Affordable Housing

Dallas Officials Requested to Pay Mishandled Housing Program Funds

Federal auditors are requesting Dallas officials to repay the $1.3 million funds that were mishandled on a housing program. The project was intended to help renovate dilapidated properties owned by low-income families. A dozen properties were said to be remodeledContinue reading… Dallas Officials Requested to Pay Mishandled Housing Program Funds

US Government Sued Over Suspension of Racial Segregation Rule

On grounds of not being effective, Trump’s administration has suspended the housing rule that is designed to discourage racial segregation across towns and cities in the country. The rule was adopted under Obama’s administration sometime in 2015 and requires localContinue reading… US Government Sued Over Suspension of Racial Segregation Rule