Residential

A pilot program has been introduced in Los Angeles County that will encourage homeowners to build a second dwelling on their properties that will provide housing house homeless people
A pilot program has been introduced in Los Angeles County that will encourage homeowners to build a second dwelling on their properties that will provide housing house homeless people.   According to a Los Angeles Daily News report, the county’s board of supervisors approved the program this week... Keep Reading....
San Diego can expect to see an exodus of seniors and families over the next three years due to the severity of the local housing market, according to a new report from the Regional Chamber of Commerce
San Diego can expect to see an exodus of seniors and families over the next three years due to the severity of the local housing market, according to a new report from the Regional Chamber of Commerce.   “We’ve got a critical shortage right now with only about 50 percent of the stock that we need... more
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has issued a proposal that would enable a family of at least two people who collectively earn $138,400 or less per year to qualify for a home purchase under the City’s definition of affordable housing, while a single
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has issued a proposal that would enable a family of at least two people who collectively earn $138,400 or less per year to qualify for a home purchase under the City’s definition of affordable housing, while a single person would need to earn $120,000.  ... more
Eighty families that either lost their home to foreclosure or were tenants in a home that a landlord lost to foreclosure received a free and clear deed to their homes as part of the Detroit Land Bank Authority's Occupied Buy Back program
Eighty families that either lost their home to foreclosure or were tenants in a home that a landlord lost to foreclosure received a free and clear deed to their homes as part of the Detroit Land Bank Authority's Occupied Buy Back program.   According to a Crain’s Detroit report, 566 people are... more
An attempt to rewrite Connecticut law to enable municipalities to qualify for moratoriums on appeals of local zoning denials for affordable housing developments was vetoed by the governor
An attempt to rewrite Connecticut law to enable municipalities to qualify for moratoriums on appeals of local zoning denials for affordable housing developments was vetoed by the governor.   Gov. Dannel P. Malloy rejected the legislation, House Bill 6880–An Act Concerning the Affordable Housing... more