Home ownership rates fell to an 18-year low, according to a report issued by the US Census Bureau on Thursday.
Banks are retreating from low-income neighborhoods, especially those hit hard by predatory lending.
Should landlords be allowed to discriminate against Section 8 voucher holders? (Or conversely, should landlords be able to run “Section 8 Only” ads, thereby discriminating against those who work?)
To buy, or not to buy…the renter’s dilemma.
A two-alarm fire wiped out two homes in Baltimore — there have been lots of fires on the west side recently, hopefully BCFD Chief Clack is paying attention and realizes his plan to move a company to the east side would be unwise.
The Community Law Center is suing Scott Wizig, a large-scale slumlord who owns many of our city’s blighted homes. Nice to see other people are finally getting on board with running some of these folks out of town.
Should we continue to pour our tax dollars into the Inner Harbor and Harbor East? This letter-writer to the Sun says no.
Five years after a Philly woman lost her home to deed thieves, she finally gets the house back.
Can a neighborhood overcome its past? One neighborhood in Chicago has, despite its chilling origins.